https://www.cbsnews.com/news/foxconn-wi ... earch-hub/
CBS has a little more detail, not a lot.
"Every step of the way Foxconn has overpromised and under-delivered," said Democratic Wisconsin Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz in a statement. "This news is devastating for the taxpayers of Wisconsin. We were promised manufacturing jobs. We were promised state of the art LCD production. We were promised a game-changing economic opportunity for our state. And now, it appears Foxconn is living up to their failed track record in the U.S. — leaving another state and community high and dry."
They haven't been able to reach anybody from WEDC for a comment, though to be fair many government offices are not open today.
And to be fair in the other direction, Walker definitely lost some votes in rural areas upstate because of the amount of money he was pouring into infrastructure in the SE corner of Wisconsin, money that did not go elsewhere in the state to make needed improvements to roads, education, and development. His former fan base in the WOW counties couldn't save him this time.