Thursday, October 20th, 2016

No, I never did believe former State Treasurer Kurt Schuller was serious about getting rid of the office, so it didn’t surprise me four years later when he endorsed a candidate who wanted to keep the state treasurer’s position. If Schuller had been serious about getting rid of the Treasurer position, he would have done […]

After running four years ago on a promise to get rid of the state treasurer’s office, Kurt Schuller made a half-hearted effort on behalf of the needed state constitutional amendment. After that the office fought a rear-guard action to preserve itself while continuing spending money on things like plastic piggy banks. Now the circle is […]

Waukesha Freeman May 22, 2014 Page A5 Opinion Time to close books on state treasurer GOP ought to lead push for streamlining government The Republican primary for state treasurer just took an interesting twist. The incumbent, Kurt Schuller, is not running for re-election. He was elected on a promise to get rid of the state […]

Okay, I’m trying to get a handle on this. Scott Feldt, who currently works in the state treasurer’s office and was running for state treasurer, is dropping out of the race.  Feldt works for the current state treasurer, Kurt Schuller, who ran on a promise to get rid of the state treasurer’s office. Schuller’s failure […]

Can Wisconsin do without the secretary of state and the state treasurer? Over at the MacIver Institute, I discuss the possible elimination of the two positions thanks to a proposed constitutional amendment. Perhaps the state legislature is finally ready to get rid of the two constitutional offices. A proposed constitutional amendment by State Rep. Tyler […]