(WORT) — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is no longer running for president, but there are still well over a dozen other GOP candidates seeking support from voters on Walker’s home turf. Prominent Wisconsin Republicans are already making endorsements, and political operatives are looking ahead to the state’s primary next spring. Kristian Knutsen talks to Capitol Reporter […]
MADISON (WORT) — Kristian Knutsen talks to Wisconsin State Journal reporter Molly Beck about the swift end to Walker’s presidential campaign and what’s in store for the next three years of his term as governor.
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MADISON (WORT) — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s quick exit from the 2016 presidential election may have been a bit of a surprise, but there were signs that his campaign was in trouble.
As his poll numbers continue to slip in the 2016 Republican presidential primary race, Governor Scott Walker is promising a host of new national policies targeting labor unions. At a speech in Las Vegas Monday, Walker called for a nationwide right-to-work law, dismantling the National Labor Relations Board, and eliminating unions for federal employees. To dissect this announcement by Walker, we turn to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Patrick Marley
MADISON (WORT) — During a campaign speech in Las Vegas Monday, Governor Scott Walker promised–if elected president–to eliminate federal employee unions and to push for right-to-work legislation in every state.