Scott Walker’s status as a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate was growing as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s was sinking amid the furor raised by politically motivated lane closings and traffic jams.
Steve and Peggy Arnold, retirees armed with outrage and a sandwich board, pick spots to stake out on sidewalks every day as they gather signatures to force Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker out of office.
Mitt Romney will “do very well” in Wisconsin if he wins the Republican presidential nomination, Governor Scott Walker said, although President Barack Obama has the edge heading into the November election.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was sued by two labor unions over a bill restricting collective bargaining by public employees while a state bureau published the law after the secretary of state was ordered not to do so.
Republican Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin said today at a Bloomberg/Washington Post breakfast at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, that presidential nominee Mitt Romney needs to be more specific in telling voters how he would deal with nation’s fiscal crisis.
Senator Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican, said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that the next president should be “someone who’s leading the fight for free-market principles and the Constitution,” and who isn’t listening to “the established politicians.”
Florida Governor Rick Scott said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that accepting $2.4 billion from the Obama administration for a high-speed rail project in his state would have been a bad deal for taxpayers.