Wisconsin Guv Uses Great Southpaw’s Alias To Hide Emails

MADISON, WI - NOVEMBER 08: Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers speaks to press outside of the Maple Bluff Village Center on November 8, 2022 in Madison, United States. After months of candidates campaigning, Americans are voting in the midterm elections to decide close races across the nation. (Photo by Jim Vondruska/Getty Images)
  • Wisconsin’s governor might have to make his secret email account, and the 17,000 emails he sent through it, public.
  • The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Tuesday filed a formal request to see the Gov. Tony Evers’ [email protected] emails.
  • “WILL filed an open records request for any and all communications in the governor’s office relating to this ‘email’ story, including messages on apps like WhatsApp and Signal. If these requests are not complied with, we will take legal action,” WILL said on social media.
  • Evers’ office has defended the email account as an “email alias,” that was necessary for “enhanced security.”