Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers delivered his first State of the State Address of his second term Tuesday night, declaring the state to be "much different today" than four years ago under the administration of former Gov. Scott Walker.

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers delivered his first State of the State Address of his second term Tuesday night, declaring the state to be "much different today" than four years ago under the administration of former Gov. Scott Walker.

As Evers works to finalize his biennial budget proposal, which he is set to present to the Legislature next month, he said the state "has never been in a better fiscal position than it is today."