Walker says he was 'surprised' by Koch's hint he's the favorite. (Des Moines Register, 4/22/2015)
"I'm glad that he said it but I'm surprised," Walker said, "because I get the sense that they and their organization were largely staying neutral until after the primaries."
As the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign reports in a 4/21/2015 news item, "Walker is Koch's $5 Million Man":
The Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity and the Coalition for American Values spent $5.2 million to help Walker win his 2012 recall and 2014 reelection campaigns for governor, according to Wisconsin Democracy Campaign estimates. In addition, Koch Industries Political Action Committee directly contributed $43,000 to help Walker win his 2010 race for governor.
More on Scott Walker and his puppet masters' alleged Presidential primary neutrality. (4/22/2015)
Scott Walker's puppet masters speak. (4/21/2015)
Scott Walker: Putting the power of government into the hands of the Koch Brothers. (2/23/2015)