Sunday, June 22, 2014

6-23-14 governor makes stop in fdl

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker predicts a close race, but says ultimately he will come out on top when voters realize they are better off then they were four years ago.  Walker made the comments during a stop at
Fond du Lac County Republican party headquarters over the weekend.  Walker is facing a challenge from former Wisconsin Commerce Secretary Mary Burke. Walker told supporters in Fond du Lac he needs there help to get him re-elected.  "Its reinforcing the grassroots supporters here to point out that they're the ones who are going to help us get that message out,"  Walker told WFDL news.  "That if we get the message out that life is better off today than it was four years ago and will be even better four years from now, I think its very important that we share that message with voters."  Walker and Burke also attended the Fond du Lac County Breakfast on the Farm Sunday.  Burke says Wisconsin has created fewer jobs than other Midwest states in the last four years and that the governor has fallen well short of his promise to create 250,000 jobs at the end of his first term.

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