By Eric Fischer
One of the ten Democrat candidates for Governor was in Door County on Saturday morning, meeting with voters to separate himself from the rest of the field. Matt Flynn, a retired lawyer from Milwaukee who had also served as the Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairman and decided to run due to his concerns about the direction Wisconsin is headed. Flynn says his experience sets him apart from the other candidates.
Flynn plans to undo many of Governor Scott Walker’s policies such as eliminating Right to Work, Act 10, and negate the Foxconn contract. Should he be elected Flynn would also look to increase funding in the education system, raise the minimum wage, legalize cannabis, and put a higher emphasis on the environment.