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ENG: Scott Kevin Walker (born November 2, 1967) is an American Republican politician, serving as the 45th Governor of Wisconsin, since January 3, 2011. He won the office in the general election on November 2, 2010, defeating Democratic candidate Tom Barrett, 52 percent to 47 percent. Previously, Walker was the County Executive of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin from 2002 to 2010, and a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1993 to 2002. Early life Walker was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Llew Walker, a Baptist minister, and Pat (Fitch) Walker, a bookkeeper. The family moved to Plainfield, Iowa, and when Scott was ten years old, to Delavan, Wisconsin, a town of about 8,000, where his father became a prominent preacher. While in high school, he attended two weeks of ...
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MSNBC’s Pat Buchanan: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker a ...


... potential 2012 veep? Although it was politically messy, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker achieved a policy victory this week by reforming how public sector unions operate in his state. And although he has taken a barrage of attacks from the left, in the long run could his star be on the rise? On this weekend’s broadcast of “The McLaughlin Group,” MSNBC’s Pat Buchanan suggested Walker’s status is elevated and explained why – because President Barack Obama got involved, but came out on the losing end. By Jeff Poor Read more: THE DAILY CALLER ...


Walker's Budget Plan Sets Out $1M More For DNA Backlog


Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Declared Problem Solved Year Ago MADISON, Wis. -- Gov. Scott Walker wants to spend close to $1 million to stave off another burgeoning DNA backlog at the state crime labs, even though Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen declared the problem solved a year ago and the state faces a looming budget deficit. State Justice Department data show submissions from police have steadily increased over the past year, but agency officials said they're keeping up, turning around cases within the agency's deadlines. Read more: wisn.com (March 13, 2011)


Wisconsin governor passes bill to remove collective ...


... bargaining rights Unions plan 2012 election counter-attack after weeks of protests that drew tens of thousands Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin, succeeded on Friday in taking away nearly all collective bargaining rights from the vast majority of the state's public employees, delivering an epic defeat to the labour movement. Union leaders plan to use the setback to fire up their members nationwide and mount a counter-attack against Republicans at the ballot box in 2012. Photograph: Andy Manis/AP Read more: guardian.co.uk (11 March 2011)


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Wisconsin Voter ID Mess Must Go, but Not Just Yet
A complete overhaul of Wisconsin's unconstitutional voter-identification scheme is not necessary before Election Day, a federal judge ruled, finding that existing emergency measures are enough to protect qualified voters. Passed in 2011 following the election Gov. Scott Walker, the Republican-backed Act 23 requires voters to show photo identification at the polls.
Anchorage senator takes first step toward suing Gov. Walker over PFD cut
Sen. Bill Wielechowski, pictured here in Anchorage on May 21, 2015, sent a letter Wednesday to the head of the Permanent Fund Corp. that could represent a first step toward suing the state over Gov. Bill Walker's 2016 Permanent Fund dividend veto. Anchorage Democratic Sen. Bill Wielechowski has taken an initial step toward suing the state over Gov. Bill Walker's veto of half of Permanent Fund dividend check amounts.
Grand opening for multi-million dollar cranberry facility
Governor Scott Walker and Congressman Sean Duffy were on hand Thursday for the ribbon cutting at Cranberry Growers Cooperative, or CranGrow's new processing facility in Warrens. "When we came to the town to put this up, there was no hesitation from the town fathers.
After Trump Snub, Walker Introduces Pence At Wisconsin Rally
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