By Mike Lawrence, director (retired), Paul Simon Public Policy Institute
The following is an excerpt from Mike Lawrence’s syndicated newspaper column.
As this nasty, uninspiring campaign concludes, don’t expect Bill Brady to make his best case.
The Republican gubernatorial nominee could argue that chief executives and legislators over the past four decades have confronted budget crises most forthrightly and effectively when Democrats and Republicans shared power, responsibility and, therefore, the political risk for spending cuts and tax increases.
But he won’t.
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