Gov. Walker


Gov. Scott Walker was sworn-in to a second term on Monday. He used his inaugural speech to tout his record in Wisconsin and lay the groundwork for heading forward. Hundreds gathered to be part of the inauguration.

Walker took the oath of office in the Capitol Rotunda. He says he’s proud of his accomplishments of the past four years.

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After Gov. Walker took the oath of office late Monday morning, he praised Wisconsin for getting things done.

As Gov. Walker prepares to take the oath of office Monday, he outlines broad reforms he's considering in education, entitlements and property taxes.

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Wisconsin’s governor has been comparing the state to the federal government, saying Wisconsin is more efficient and innovative.

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It appears Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is facing resistance from fellow Republicans in accomplishing a big item on his “to do” list: the state budget.

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Now that Gov. Scott Walker has won reelection, conversation has been swirling about whether he’ll run for president.

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Republican Scott Walker has won another four years as Wisconsin governor, raising speculation about whether he’ll try to run for president in 2016.

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The race was not close as many polls had predicted. Gov. Walker handily defeated Democrat Mary Burke, with not much suspense, as votes were tallied.


Gov. Scott Walker said he won’t cave in to pressure, as southeastern Wisconsin leaders called on him to immediately approve a huge tribal casino.

Democrat Mary Burke is officially her party’s nominee for governor.