Governor Walker Visits Republican Voters In FDL
Governor Scott Walker visited Fond du Lac today to rally Republican voters. Walker told the gathering at the local GOP's headquarters that they need to battle voter complacency. He says some of the voters who cast their ballots for him in the recall election were casting their votes to protest the recall. Walker says since he's been Governor more than 100,000 jobs have been added, unemployment is down, personal income has improved, and property taxes are down. He says his opponent Democratic candidate Mary Burkes is criticizing Wisconsin's comeback. He said voting for Burke would be like voting for a third term of Jim Doyle's policies. He says they were blessed four years ago, but there are a lot of people in Madison who haven't forgotten about what happened four years ago. Walker also says $300 million is being pumped into five states with Republican governors including Wisconsin in an effort to unseat those governors. Walker also visited with Republican voters in Appleton.
Fond du Lac County Republican Party Chairman Dan Feyen introduces Governor Scott Walker.
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