Burke And Walker Cross Paths In Green Bay

The two main candidates for governor made last-minute stops
in Green Bay
Monday. Governor Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke made appearances
within a half-hour each other last evening. Walker told supporters at KI that his
opponents are focusing on the wrong thing. He says Democrats want voters to
vote against something, but he says he’s for a better Wisconsin and a better future. Burke met
with volunteers at the Brown County Democratic Party headquarters. She says the
message is simple it’s whether people want a governor who will put the people
of Wisconsin
before the big money special interests. Burke and Walker actually ran into each
other at the private terminal at Austin
Straubel International
. They had both
just arrived and they posed together for some pictures. Picture from Scott Walker Twitter page @ScottWalker.