In his first opportunity to speak directly to Wisconsin's business community, Governor Tony Evers outlined his priorities for the state: education, transportation, and healthcare.

Wednesday, Evers spoke at the Wisconsin Economic Forecast Luncheon to talk about his plan to "connect the dots" and how his three priorities are important to keeping a healthy state economy, emphasizing how education is important to creating a good workforce.

Evers told the gathered business leaders "I, as governor, want you all to be successful. If you’re successful, then the people in the State of Wisconsin will be successful."

Read more coverage of the event in WisBusiness, WMTV NBC15, CBS58, BizTimes Milwaukee, and the Milwaukee Business Journal.

A video of the event may be viewed on Wisconsin Eye