Milwaukee attorney and former Democratic Party of Wisconsin chairman Matt Flynn says the party's gubernatorial primary is a contest between himself and state schools superintendent Tony Evers.
"I don't think there's any question about that," Flynn said in an interview.
Eight candidates remain in the field. A recent Marquette University Law School poll showed Evers in the lead, supported by 25 percent of Democratic primary voters. Flynn, activist Mike McCabe and Madison Mayor Paul Soglin each pulled 7 percent in the poll, which found that 34 percent of primary voters were still undecided.
Flynn has defied calls from two Democratic lawmakers and women's rights groups to drop out of the race based on his representation of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee against claims of sexual abuse by priests. Flynn has called into question the political motivations behind those calls, and says he's not going anywhere.
Flynn sat down with Cap Times political reporter Jessie Opoien to talk about his campaign for governor, the best advice his mother ever gave him and his sources of political inspiration.
You can read the Cap Times' previous coverage of Flynn's campaign here: