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Scott Walker Quits, Tells Other Candidates to ‘Clear Field’ For ‘Optimistic’ Message

GOP presidential candidate Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dropped out of the presidential race for the 2016 GOP nomination on Monday evening and encouraged other presidential candidates to do the same in order to narrow the GOP field.
Walker, once the favorite in Iowa according to July polls, recently dropped to tenth place in the Real Clear Politics average.


Walker to Trump: We Don’t Need an Apprentice in the White House

Wednesday during CNN’s Republican presidential debate, Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and his opponent, Donald Trump, got into a heated exchange in which Walker highlighted Trump’s political inexperience. Walker said, “Mr. Trump, we don’t need an apprentice in the White House, we have

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Walker: Talk About Changing the Constitution a ‘Distraction’

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” while discussing the controversy over calls for changing birthright citizenship in the 14th amendment Republican presidential candidate Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) said when politicians bring up changing the Constitution, they are just trying to distract.

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Govs. Jindal, Walker and Christie Shut Down Pro-Common Core Campbell Brown

During a recent education summit moderated by Campbell Brown – who founded The Seventy Four, a non-profit website covering news about education reform – GOP presidential candidates Govs. Bobby Jindal (R-LA), Scott Walker (R-WI) and Chris Christie (R-NJ) shut down Brown’s argumentative questions that were pro-Common Core.


EXCLUSIVE: Rick Santorum Calls For ‘Orderly Process of Removal’ For Illegals

“Everybody is focusing on the impact of immigration policy on people who broke the law to come into this country in the first place and not on the people who are impacted by the people who came into this country,” Santorum told Breitbart News. “If we have this discussion about the impact on America and the people and how America is effected by this as opposed to … we have an obligation to people who are in this country illegally to treat them a certain way – I think it’s a much more successful approach to be able to connect with the American public and get good policy.”

Republican presidential candidate, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks during an education summit, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, in Londonderry, N.H.

Fiorina, Jindal, Christie, Walker Stand Against Common Core, Unlike Bush and Kasich

The American Federation for Children, an organization that promotes school choice and advocates for school vouchers, partnered with The Seventy Four, a non-profit and non-partisan website that covers news about education, to host the 2015 New Hampshire Education Summit where experts in education reform and GOP presidential candidates spoke about reforming the educational system.

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Lawmaker: ‘More Work to Do’ to Defund Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin

Though Gov. Scott Walker redirected approximately $1 million of prior Wisconsin funding that went primarily to Planned Parenthood in his state to other public women’s health centers that do not provide abortions, a state lawmaker says there is “more work to do” and is seeking to completely defund the organization in the state.

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Chicago Pro-Life Rally Challenges Planned Parenthood

The movement comes after four undercover videos — two this week — showing top executives at Planned Parenthood describing gruesome abortion procedures that occur in their clinics nationwide in order to sell the organs and tissue of unborn babies.

Republican presidential hopeful Wisconsin governor Scott Walker speaks at a Roast and Ride event hosted by freshman Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) on June 6, 2015 in Boone, Iowa. Ernst is hoping the event, which featured a motorcycle tour, a pig roast, and speeches from several 2016 presidential hopefuls, becomes an …

Past Opponents on Walker: He’s Ruthless, but Don’t Underestimate him

Scott Walker, “The 47-year-old Republican often points to the fact that he’s been on the ballot just about every two years since 1990 — including three victorious races for governor — as proof that he’s battle-tested and prepared to grind out yet another long campaign,” notes Politico.