Wis. Governor May Join Cruz On Campaign Trail In IndianaGov. Scott Walker says he may join Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz on the campaign trail in Indiana. Walker told reporters during a question-and-answer session Monday that he hasn't gotten any requests from Cruz yet but there's a possibility he might join the candidate on Sunday.
Walker Says He'd Back Trump As GOP NomineeWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he would back Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee, even though he endorsed Ted Cruz.
Gov. Walker 'Can't Even Fathom' Running With TrumpWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says any talk of him being Donald Trump's running mate is shocking and breathtaking.
Walker Says He Needs Help Paying Campaign DebtWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he's "thrifty" and is offering T-shirts for craft projects while asking donors to help pay off the $1.2 million debt from his short-lived presidential campaign.
Gov. Walker: Wisconsin's Delegates 'Locked' For CruzWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who backs Cruz, said the race was "very likely" headed to an open convention but the 36 delegates Cruz won on Tuesday are "locked in." Trump won six delegates in the state.
Wisconsin's Walker Appears In Cruz Ad Gov. Scott Walker is appearing in a new campaign ad for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz that will begin airing across Wisconsin less than a week before the state's primary.
Walker To Sign Sex Assault Amnesty BillGov. Scott Walker was poised Thursday to sign a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and people who report sexual assaults can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.
Walker And Embattled Wis. Justice Go Way BackThe personal and political lives of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and an embattled state Supreme Court justice have been intertwined for decades, starting with their overlapping semesters at Marquette University, where the future justice penned anti-gay opinion pieces and threatened to resign from the student government over a multicultural course requirement.
Wis. Bill Cutting Millions From Planned Parenthood Reaches Gov. WalkerThe bill would require abortion providers to bill Medicaid only for the actual acquisition costs and dispensing fees for birth control drugs, a change would cost Planned Parenthood an estimated $4.5 million per year.
Wis. Lawmakers Look To Make Harassing Hunters A Crime The state Assembly is set to pass a bill that would prohibit people from bothering hunters in the woods.
Wis. Gov. Walker To Sign Bill Legalizing Concealed SwitchbladesGov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill that would allow people to carry concealed switchblades and knives. The governor plans to the sign the measure Saturday afternoon at the National Rifle Association and Wisconsin FORCE's annual convention in Weston.
Gov. Scott Walker's Presidential Campaign Had $1.2 Million DebtScott Walker's short-lived presidential campaign finished last year with a little more than a million dollars in debt, campaign finance reports filed Friday with the Federal Elections Commission show. The reports cover the fourth quarter of 2015. They show the campaign owed $1.2 million as of Dec. 31.