Saturday, January 28, 2006


Jensen will plead out. He knows there's enough evidence to likely convict him on at least one felony, especially in Dane County. Like Burke and the rest, he will continue to insist he's going to trial until the final moment, when the deal will get cut.

Had Jensen not gotten caught up in the caucus scandal, he might be running for re-election as governor right now. Leading up to 2002, there was great speculation about him running for governor. He could've beaten McCallum in a primary, and been very competitive against Doyle. That's all over now.