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At 15 percentage points, he leads a big, tightly packed field of potential contenders in a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll of likely Republican caucusgoers. The caucuses are scheduled for Feb. 1, 2016.
If he wants to run for the presidency and more and more people are in support of gay marriage why would he still want to be on the other side of that?
Who does he have backing him financially?
Watchdog organizations Common Cause and the Center for Media and Democracy jointly filed a public records request today seeking details of Governor Scott Walker's trip to a secret fundraising retreat hosted by billionaire industrialist mega-donors Charles and David Koch in Palm Springs, California.
The request seeks details of who paid for Governor Walker's travel expenses, and recent communications between the governor's office and the Kochs' secretive political apparatus, which plans to spend $889 million in advance of the 2016 elections. Yesterday, three days after attending a closed-door meeting with the Kochs and other wealthy donors, Governor Walker announced he was forming a new fundraising committee ahead of his potential 2016 presidential campaign.
originally posted by: muse7
Good luck to the GOP
Will be one hell of an accomplishment to win the biggest national election by still believing a big part of the population doesn't deserve the same civil rights as the rest.