Today, as a percentage of personal income, Wisconsin's property tax burden is the lowest it has been since 1946.
Since Governor Walker took office in 2011, the typical homeowner has seen a decline of more than $103 on their tax bill. Cumulatively, that same homeowner saved more than $2,850 compared to what would have occurred under the previous four-year trend.
A $406 million property tax cut in 2014 helped reduce Wisconsin's overall net property tax levy by 2.3 percent, the first decrease since 1996-97.
These statistics and charts show real results and real money for real people.
Going forward, Governor Walker remains committed to holding the line on property taxes.