Strong momentum behind effort to keep moving Wisconsin forward
[Madison, Wis.] – In case you missed it, Governor Scott Walker continued his statewide re-election campaign announcement tour by making stops across Wisconsin. The governor, his family, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, and Republican Party of Wisconsin Chairman Brad Courtney joined grassroots supporters in Onalaska, Eau Claire, Rothschild, Rhinelander, and Green Bay.
Governor Walker’s reforms have Wisconsin headed in the right direction – but there’s more to be done. Now more than ever, it is crucial we continue to fight for hard-working families, and with Governor Walker’s bold leadership we will continue to move Wisconsin forward.
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Walker Visits Eau Claire After Announcing 2018 Run
WEAU 13 News
November 6, 2017
After announcing his plans for re-election over the weekend, Gov. Scott Walker was in the Chippewa Valley on Monday.
Walker held a campaign rally at McDonough Manufacturing Company in Eau Claire and another in the La Crosse area Monday morning. These rallies are part of his three-day re-election campaign announcement tour.
One of the ways he plans to “Move Wisconsin Forward” is to help the economy.
“We want to ensure that that economic prosperity we talked about, that Wisconsin comeback is real for every person and every family, no matter where they come from in this state so, that everyone who wants a job, may not only find a job, but a career,” said Walker. …