Let's see. Nobody in this real estate firm from Chicago was ever interested enough in politics until the great Jim Doyle became governor of Wisconsin. Even though they are not fortunate enough to be ruled by the Great One, members of the firm are spontaneously moved to begin begin donating to his campaign.
And then, in one of piece of spine-tingling bit of serendipity, the state of Wisconsin decides that this very firm, suddenly so appreciative of the quality of state government in a neighboring state, is just the firm to sell off excess state property.
Who would have thunk it?