The president likened Governor Walker and the other Republican presidential candidates to a crazy uncle making stuff up.
LA CROSSE, Wisconsin, July 2 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama ripped the policies of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and poked fun at the large crop of Republican presidential candidates on Thursday, injecting himself into the race to find his successor in 2016. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama ripped the policies of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and poked fun at the large crop of Republican presidential candidates on Thursday, injecting himself into the race to find his successor in 2016. The Democratic president, who had largely avoided weighing in on the 2016...
Nudging his way into presidential politics, President Barack Obama traveled to Wisconsin on Thursday to draw contrasts with Republicans on economic policy just as the state's governor, Scott Walker, was filing paperwork to enter the GOP presidential primary.
For pro-life Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, it’s been a matter of if, not when, he would make his Republican presidential bid official. Today, aides to the governor indicated he will make his candidacy official next week with an announcement and rally in his home state. From USA Today: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker plans to formally […]
To hold his position in the state before the first Republican nominating contest, the Wisconsin governor has become more conservative on marriage and immigration.
Speaking at a Connecticut Democratic fundraiser on Monday night, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) took aim at several of the Republican presidential candidates, but saved a special ire for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his calls for...Show More Summary
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said on Thursday he will announce the week of July 13 whether he will seek the Republican U.S. presidential nomination in 2016. “The week of the 13th is when we will be likely to make our announcement as to what our intentions are,” Scott told Fox News....
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — There was a time in Republican presidential politics when Chris Christie was a star, Scott Walker a mystery and John Kasich a memory. With Louisiana's Gov. Bobby Jindal formally launching his presidential bid on Wednesday, 13 high-profile Republicans have officially entered the campaign for the party's 2016 nomination.
Lawmakers are stymied over how to pay for road and bridge repairs without raising taxes or fees, which Mr. [Scott] Walker has ruled out. The governor’s fellow Republicans rejected his proposal to borrow $1.3 billion for the roadwork, arguing that adding to the state’s debt is irresponsible. In other words, Walker also has yet to […]
Our story so far in America's laboratories of democracy: Over the past few years, Republican governors have been eagerly implementing big tax cuts, insisting that they will supercharge their states' economies and increase revenue instead of reducing it. Show More Summary
The Republican governor keeps a fuzzy record of public statements, but his actions have shown his true colors as a warrior against science.
The Wisconsin governor holds rape victims in contempt. It's a party-wide epidemic, with no sign of abating
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is the clear favorite of conservative voters as he readies an expected bid for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2016, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll. Walker has gained little traction among the moderate voters who account for the majority of...
(AP) — Stepping closer to an all-but-inevitable White House bid, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has created a "testing the waters" committee that allows him to raise money for a presidential campaign. The two-term Republican governor has...Show More Summary
(AP) — While Scott Walker's fellow Republicans were grousing about his budget plan and part of his proposal to overhaul higher education, the governor was more than 1,000 miles away, gripping the wheel of the Mt. While Walker has been...Show More Summary
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says the Republican senators in the 2016 presidential contest may be "fighters," but they haven't accomplished anything in Washington. The 47-year-old Republican governor draws a sharp contrast between the GOP's Washington-based presidential contenders and governors.
Scott Walker hasn’t officially entered the race for the Republican presidential nomination yet, but he’s already offered up a potential running mate: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.). That’s what Walker, the governor of Wisconsin, told Bloomberg on Thursday. Show More Summary
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker remains the top dog among Republicans in Iowa.
Despite reports that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker leads in the Iowa polls, Walker says he absolutely is not the frontrunner for the Republican candidacy. That honor, Walker says, is reserved for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Walker...Show More Summary