Wisconsin’s 46th governor calls for the rejection of the “tired politics of the past.”  Tony Evers assumed the highest statewide office Monday during an inauguration ceremony in Madison.  Five former governors and many other dignitaries were in the audience while Evers called for Republicans and Democrats to work together to solve problems.  He is calling for full funding Wisconsin public schools, fixing up the state’s roads and making sure health care is affordable and accessible.  The Democrat will deliver his State of the State address later this month.