Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said Saturday that the Republican leadership plans to vote Tuesday to oust Rep. Bill Kramer, his second-in-command, amid allegations that he sexually harassed two women while at a fundraiser in Washington, D.C. read more
"These are the faces of an improving economy in our state," Walker said of Barber and others. "Wisconsin is going back to work."
But there is a reason that Barber -- a resident of Two Rivers -- has had trouble finding steady work in the past.
Records show that he is a registered sex offender with two felonies and three drunken-driving offenses. Because of his checkered past, Barber has been in and out of jail and prison for much of the past decade, with his probation having been revoked at least twice.