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Walker campaign: Walker’s real leadership and record of results earns support of farmers, small businesses, workers
[Madison, Wis.] – As the November election countdown heads into single-digits, Wisconsin small businesses and agricultural leaders are announcing their support for Scott Walker’s record of results and leadership in sparking Wisconsin’s comeback – which has resulted in more jobs and higher wages for hard-working families.
At each event, Scott Walker discussed our record of real leadership in reducing both the tax burden on families and burdensome regulation on small businesses. The governor encouraged supporters to remain active during this campaign cycle to ensure that we keep Wisconsin working for generations to come on Election Day.
Check out what’s in the news:
From the Herald Times Reporter: “Gov. Scott Walker stopped by the Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center in Newton Thursday to accept endorsements from several agricultural organizations. Representatives from the Wisconsin Farm Bureau, the Dairy Business Association and the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association held the press conference Thursday.”
From the Appleton Post Crescent: “With two weeks to go before the Nov. 6 election, Gov. Scott Walker brought his re-election campaign through Appleton on Monday, accepting an endorsement from a construction trades group and pushing the idea of more apprenticeship programs in schools.”
From the Daily Reporter: “‘Thanks to Gov. Walker’s reforms, Wisconsin’s economy is extremely strong,’ said John Mielke, president of the ABC of Wisconsin. ‘By lowering taxes, enacting free-market labor laws and expanding worker training for family-sustaining jobs, Gov. Walker has our state moving in the right direction. Gov. Walker’s agenda for the next four years will continue the Wisconsin comeback and keep Wisconsin working for generations to come.’”
From WTAQ Radio: “On the topic of the state’s economy, the incumbent Republican Governor credited small business owners with expanding job opportunities in Wisconsin. ‘I just looked on Friday before heading into campaigning over the weekend and we had over 100,000 job openings on our state website,’ he says. ‘That’s just one site.’”