MADISON (WKOW) -- An analysis by the Associated Press found email messages sent to Gov. Scott Walker ran roughly 2-to-1 against his plans to eliminate nearly all union rights for state workers.
But the emails did become more supportive shortly after the Democrats fled the state to stop the vote on the budget repair bill.
The AP analyzed more than 26,000 emails sent to Walker from the time he formally announced his plans until he first mentioned the emails in public.
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