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.WUWM’s Steve Connors reports from Madison, Wisconsin, about the first person to officially become Wisconsin’s next lieutenant governor, Mandela Barnes. Barnes has announced plans to run in 2018 for the seat held by outgoing governor Scott Walker. In 2012, while a member of the Student Governing Senate at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Barnes first made headlines by introducing a bill that would have allowed students on campus to publicly carry concealed weapons.

Interviewer: Do you think there should be a concealed carry law on campus?

The quote about the concealed carry bill is incorrect. I never introduced one. My friend to friend bill was introduced by former senator now Private Citizen Bobby La Follette who is now running in 2014 for the GOP nomination for governor.

Interviewer: Do you think that the concealed carry bill is a legitimate idea?

It’s a nutty idea. I don’t think students should be towing around guns on campus. What if there was a miscommunication and one of our students, including myself, had a gun, and we accidentally shot someone else? There has never been a case of a concealed carry bill being passed. It never passed out of committee and was never sent to the floor. All it did was collect a bunch of signatures, and I collected a ton of them.

Interviewer: So, you’re not in favor of it at all?

I never said that. The bill had 200 words in it with a list of items that were to be regulated by the Department of State Police. The reason I introduced it was to protest the state’s stand on expanding gun rights. Then I didn’t use the bill name “Student Right to Carry,” because I didn’t think it was necessary to have a bill named like that.

Interviewer: Have you drawn any criticism from people who support the bill?

The people who support the bill are not the people I associate with.

Interviewer: Oh, the gun-rights crowd?


Interviewer: So you’ve not drawn any—

I’ve never heard about this bill. There’s no way I’m going to carry a gun on




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