Littig weighs in on why NE Wisconsin produces few governors

Despite having one-fifth of the state’s population, Northeastern Wisconsin has produced just 6 of 45 governors since Wisconsin was granted statehood in 1848. Almost half have been from Madison or Milwaukee. UW-Green Bay political science Prof. Emeritus David Littig told the Green Bay Press-Gazette that any outstate candidates who became governor typically had to serve long apprenticeships first. Read more.