Read this from the Journal Sentinel's debate coverage and see if you can find what's missing:
Parental choice: Green said only one in three African-American teenagers in Milwaukee will graduate from high school, which he called "a catastrophe."How about: While Doyle is supported by WEAC, Green is supported by All Children Matter, a school choice group which is spending $1-million on negative television commercials about Doyle that have nothing to do with school choice.
To fight that dropout rate, Green vowed to fight to increase the number of low-income Milwaukee children allowed to participate in the private-school voucher program, which lets low-income students attend private schools at taxpayer expense. The cap is now 22,500
After the debate, Doyle said, "There isn't going to be any need in the next four years" to raise that cap because the current level would be high enough for seven or eight years.
School choice is opposed by the state's largest teachers union, the Wisconsin Education Association Council, which is one of Doyle's most powerful supporters.
Doyle said his vetoes kept Republicans who control the Legislature from cutting about $400 million in aid to public schools. "I have saved the public schools in this state," he said.