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.
You can watch the address on your ROKU TV, on the TMJ4 News Facebook page or wherever you stream. The address will also be streamed to WisEye.
Assembly Republicans are expected to respond to the State of the State address directly after Evers.
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