Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers slams GOP primary winner Tim Michels as 'most extreme and divisive nominee possible'
Added 08-10-22 06:11:02am EST - “Following Trump-backed Tim Michels' victory in Tuesday night's GOP gubernatorial primary, Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers slammed his opponent, calling him "extreme and divisive."” - Foxnews.com
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Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers responded to Trump-endorsed Tim Michels' projected win in the Republican gubernatorial primary on Tuesday by labeling him as "radical" and "divisive."
Michels defeated former Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and two other Republican candidates in the GOP primary, and will face off against Evers in the general election in November.
In a statement following Michels' projected primary victory, Evers' campaign said his upcoming Republican opponent is "the most extreme and divisive nominee possible" who will say anything to appease former President Donald Trump.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers will face off against Trump-endorsed Tim Michels in November's general election. (Melina Mara - Pool/Getty Images)
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