Gov. Scott Walker paid off his remaining presidential campaign debt last month, meeting his promise to take care care of his outstanding bills by the end of 2016, according to a memo his campaign circulated this afternoon.
Walker still owed $140,635 at the end of November as he continued to whittle away at the more the $1.2 million he owed when he dropped out of the race in September 2015.
According to the memo, Walker’s state campaign finished the year with just more than $59,000 in the bank. It offered no other details.
The reports for his federal and state accounts are expected to be filed in the coming days, his campaign said.
— By JR Ross