Rebecca Kleefisch has big plans for Wisconsin. She’d like to bring more jobs to the Badger State and drive down the unemployment rate, especially among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. She wants to help those currently unemployed with job training, so they will be eligible for the tens of thousands of jobs that Wisconsin employers can’t find qualified applicants to fill. And, in view of the graying demographics of Wisconsin residents, Kleefisch has started studying how to make the state attractive to younger workers.
But Rebecca Kleefisch has one big hurdle before she can implement any of her ideas: surviving the recall election.
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