WISCONSIN — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers will be delivering his fourth State of the State address on Tuesday virtually.
Evers will deliver his State of the State address at 7 p.m. on Jan. 12.
Similar to last year, Evers is delivering the address virtually in a move consistent with health officials' push for staying home and limiting interactions and gatherings to fight COVID-19. Evers also gave a COVID-19 pandemic address in November, virtually as well.
Assembly Republicans are expected to respond to the State of the State address directly after Evers.