Explore data behind Part Three: Open to Business
Category: The Walker Calendar Files
A three-part series produced by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.
Open to business
You don’t have to be a campaign donor or corporate executive to get an audience with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. But it doesn’t hurt. The third installment in a three-part series.
Interactive graphics: The Walker Calendar Files — Part Two
Explore data behind Part Two: ‘I want the choir to sing’
‘I want the choir to sing’
Walker’s official calendars from his first 13 months in office chronicle these and scores more hours he spent building credentials with conservatives in Wisconsin and across the nation. The second installment in a three-part series.
Interactive graphic: The Walker Calendar Files — Part One
Explore data behind Part One: Walker’s official work time declines as national fame grows
Walker’s official work time declines as national fame grows
Last year, Gov. Scott Walker crisscrossed the nation, breaking fundraising records and netting about half his donations from out of state. But his calendars show the consequences of fame and fundraising. The first in a three-part series.
The Walker Calendar Files: How we did the analysis
Through the state’s open records law, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism received Gov. Scott Walker’s official calendars. Center reporters then created a database of all 4,414 entries.