‘UpFront’: Walker says outside money his biggest concern in re-election bid

UpFront

The governor says his many Democratic challengers are "all the same," and his biggest concern about his 2018 re-election bid is "outside money."
"They're all far to the left, all (would) take us back, as we said before, to the kind of policies we saw that lost us 133,000 jobs in the four years before we took office," Gov. Scott Walker said Sunday on "UpFront with Mike Gousha," produced in partnership with WisPolitics.com.
"The biggest fear that I, and a lot of our supporters have is not the candidate, it's the outside money," Walker said, citing the role third-party groups played in Virginia's...

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