Friday, December 15th

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel(Photo: Andy Haas Schneider, Associated Press)

MADISON – An investigation into a leak from a secret probe of Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is complete and its results could be released as soon as Wednesday.

Jefferson County Circuit Judge William Hue said he received a 90-page report on the investigation on Tuesday and planned to make it public as soon as possible. He said he expected to come out sometime later in the day. 

Attorney General Brad Schimel has been conducting an investigation into the leak for months. In an interview Monday, he said the completion of the report was "imminent" but that it would be up to Hue on whether to make it public.

Democratic Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and prosecutors from both parties in 2012 launched an investigation into whether the Republican governor’s campaign illegally worked with conservative groups in recall elections. The state Supreme Court shut down the investigation in 2015, finding nothing illegal had occurred.