Elected officials in Wisconsin must submit reports of their finances to the state. The Democratic governor’s filing is very limited compared to politicians, for one major reason.
The governor of Wisconsin currently receives an annual salary of $165,568.
Compared to other elected officials, Gov. Tony Evers’ Statement of Economic Interests is sparse. In 2019, the year after he was first elected to the position, Evers put his assets into a blind trust. The document describing that situation is linked here, and also at the bottom of his statement.