On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Gov. Scott Walker lost the race for governor to Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers. But it took eight days for Walker to publicly acknowledge his defeat. The reason for the prolonged silence? “Decency … the decent thing to do is to let Governor-elect Tony Evers have his time to talk about his transition,” Walker wrote on his Facebook page. “(It’s) only decent to let Governor-elect Evers have a week without me filling the airwaves.”

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