Mail Delivery System to me - Message Notification [from Scott Walker, Governor]

 The first and only response I have received from Scott Walker to date. I'm very happy to hear he plans to keep my specific comments in mind during his service as governor:
Subject: Mail Delivery System to me - Message Notification
Date: April 15, 2011 6:00 pm

Thank you for your e-mail message.  I welcome you expressing your views and concerns to me, and I commend you for participating in your state government.  I take into account the views of all of the citizens of Wisconsin, and I will keep your specific comments in mind during my service as your Governor.

If you would like more information about my positions on issues, or would like to read my public statements on issues, I encourage you to explore my website:  I like to respond individually to every letter and telephone call I receive; however, I cannot respond to each e-mail individually due to the volume.  If your request is time sensitive, please call my office at (608) 266-1212. You may also write to me via conventional mail at Governor Scott Walker: PO Box 7863, Madison, WI 53707.

As noted on our website, please know that any communications may be subject to release under Wisconsin's public records law and that our policy is generally to release communications sent to this email address.

Once again, thank you for contacting me. Please feel free to contact me again if I can ever be of assistance to you.


Scott Walker


If it matters (and it really doesn't), the autoreply came in response to this message I sent earlier today:
Subject: Fiscal emergency?
Date: 15 April 2011

Dear Sen. Darling, Sen. Fitzgerald and Scott Walker,

I have just read a disturbing report that there are "secret" plans afoot in Wisconsin to enact the same sort of legislation Rick Snyder is attempting to push through in Michigan by declaring a "fiscal emergency" and that you are the point person for these efforts.  Is there any truth to this rumor?  I would appreciate full disclosure and transparency as this is something about which I would like to voice my informed opinion.

Thank you,

Heather DuBois Bourenane

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