Gov. Walker

The two likely Republican presidential front-runners, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, visited New Hampshire this weekend. Though neither has officially declared their candidacy, The Boston Globe's James Pindell says they're giving political reporters a lot to talk about.

Wisconsin’s Republican Governor Scott Walker continues to send strong signals that he will run for president.

He recently opened an office in New Hampshire and has jumped out to an early lead in Iowa polling. He is expected to make a decision on whether to seek the nomination sometime this summer.

Walker is billing himself as the fresh face among GOP presidential candidates and his policies have made him appealing to conservatives.

Gov. Scott Walker
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Over the last four years, Wisconsin has been in the national news a lot and for good reason.

Ever since Gov. Walker wowed a gathering of Iowa conservatives a few weeks ago, the country has been learning a lot more about him.

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Democrats and other critics of Gov. Scott Walker are outraged over comments he made at the CPAC conference in Washington, D.C.

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Gov. Walker spoke Thursday to members of the Conservative Political Action Conference, apparently trying to gain traction for a presidential bid.

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Ever since Gov. Walker's trip to London the week of Feb. 9 - and an Iowa poll showing him leading the Republican presidential pack, there's been a flurry of national articles spotlighting the governor.

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While speaking to an international affairs think tank in London, Gov. Walker skirted questions about foreign policy issues and evolution.

Gov. Walker has become the first potential 2016 presidential candidate to open an office in Iowa, which will hold its GOP caucuses early next year.

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Two polls out in the past week showed good news for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s possible Presidential run.

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