Gov. Scott Walker traveled up State Street to the UW-Madison campus in order to talk to the College Republicans at their spring kick-off meeting Wednesday evening.
Just under nine months away from election day, Republican students made their way to the Humanities Building to hear the incumbent governor speak on a variety of topics.
The governor spent the majority of the meeting stressing the importance of being “Wisconsin Proud” of continuing economic development throughout the state.
“A lot of people on the left think government creates jobs,” Walker said. “We create an environment that creates jobs.”