Gov. Scott Walker

So Far, Gov. Walker Fails To Bag A BuckWalker spokeswoman Laurel Patrick said he hunted on Sunday and Monday. He tweeted Sunday that he was "looking for a buck" in Vilas County and posted a picture of snow-covered woods. He tweeted again Monday that he was "back at it," with another picture of snow-dusted trees. Later Monday he tweeted that it was snowing but his view was amazing and included another picture of the woods.
New Gov. Walker Commission Focuses On Gov't EfficiencyA new bipartisan commission created by Gov. Scott Walker to make government more efficient is meeting for the first time. Walker created the commission on government reform, efficiency and performance by executive order earlier this week.
Wisconsin Gov. Walker Signs 'John Doe' Investigation-Ending BillGov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that does away with secret John Doe investigations into political misconduct. Walker signed the bill Friday.
Gov. Walker, Staff Reportedly Used Private Emails For StrategyEmails obtained by a news station in Madison show that Gov. Scott Walker and his top advisers used private email accounts to send hundreds of messages early in the Republican's term in 2011.
Walker Sees Lowest Approval Rating Ever After Exiting RaceGov. Scott Walker's approval rating reached the lowest of his time in office after he exited the presidential race last week, a new poll released Wednesday showed. Walker's approval rating was 37 percent, down from the previous record worst 39 percent in August, according to the Marquette University Law School poll.
Walker: Exiting Race Allows Him To Help Ron JohnsonWith his run for the White House behind him, Gov. Scott Walker says he will now be free to campaign aggressively to help fellow Republican Ron Johnson win re-election to the U.S. Senate in a rematch against Democrat Russ Feingold.
Scott Walker Not Endorsing After Leaving Presidential RaceScott Walker doesn't want to endorse any of his fellow Republicans who remain in the race for president just yet. Walker on Friday that he may endorse a GOP candidate for president but his focus right now is on his job as governor.
Sources: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker To Bow Out Of Presidential RaceAfter a rough showing in a recent debate and dropping poll numbers, Gov. Scott Walker is placing his 2016 bid for the White House on hold.
Latest Poll Shows Gov. Walker's Support Slipping AwayA new poll from CBS News and the New York Times shows Gov. Scott Walker losing support in his bid for the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election. In August, Walker had 10 percent among Republican primary voters saying they supported him for the nomination.
Gov. Walker Approves 1st Step In Implementing Drug Testing For Certain Welfare SeekersWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Tuesday approved scope statements related to entitlement reform, which marks the first step in implementing drug testing of able-bodied adults seeking welfare benefits in the state.
4 Things To Know: Gov. Walker's US-Canada Wall, Stadium Death Funeral & MoreFrom a funeral for the worker tragically killed at U.S. Bank Stadium construction site to Gov. Scott Walker's thoughts on a U.S.-Canada wall, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Aug. 31.
Walker Administration Assigns Armed Guards To DOJ OfficesGov. Scott Walker's administration plans to post armed security guards at the entrances to the state Department of Justice's Madison headquarters. The guards will go on duty beginning Sept. 1. A guard has been stationed at a desk at the main lobby entrance but doesn't carry a weapon.
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