Iowa caucuses: Monday, January 18, 2016. (Date tentative)
New Hampshire primary: Tuesday, January 26, 2016. (Date tentative)
Colorado caucuses: Tuesday, February 2, 2016.
Minnesota caucuses: Tuesday, February 2, 2016.
Nevada caucuses: Saturday, February 6, 2016. (Date tentative)
South Carolina primary: Saturday, February 13, 2016. (Date tentative)
North Carolina primary: Tuesday, February 16, 2016. (Date tentative)
Arizona primary: Tuesday, February 23, 2016.
Michigan primary: Tuesday, February 23, 2016.
Maps source: Greenwich Mean Time
And that's just the beginning.
Again and again and again. The Republican governor is frequently mentioned as a potential candidate for president in 2016. If Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch were re-elected this Nov. 4 but Walker stepped down midterm, the job would go to Kleefisch until January 2019.
Asked Wednesday after speaking to the Wisconsin Hospital Association in Madison if he would commit to serving a full second term, Walker dodged the question.
"I'm committed to run for governor again," he said. "I love being governor and I'm committed to being governor going forward."
Asked again whether he would serve all four years of a second term, Walker said: "Again, what I'm going to stay focused on and be committed to is telling the people of the state what I plan to do in the next term. I want to be governor and that's the only thing I'm focused on right now."
Wisconsin State Journal headline: Time for a calendar check. (4/15/2014)
While Mary Burke campaigns for Governor, Scott Walker continues to run for President. (3/28/2014)
Scott Walker has also accepted a "tens of thousands" campaign donation from Sheldon Adelson. (3/28/2014)
The Washington Examiner offers a boost to Scott Walker Presidential campaign without a hint of irony. (3/26/2014)
Scott Walker for President 2016: Pundits like the idea but the public sez "meh". (3/16/2014)
Scott Walker is in a bind. (3/15/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 3. (3/8/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 2. (3/7/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 1. (3/7/2014)
The chattering class falls hard for Scott Walker, but the voters are still scratching their heads. (3/6/2014)
So he, too, can embarrass himself. (12/30/2013)