Thursday, May 21, 2015

Scott Walker sneaks in trips to Illinois, Oklahoma

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Scott Walker picks up backing from Todd Ricketts at Wilmette barbecue.  (Chicago Sun-Times, 5/20/2015)
I am told that about 100 folks attended the Ricketts backyard event for Walker — with cheeseburgers off the grill and beer — and that “very significant” money was raised. The Unintimidated PAC can take unlimited contributions from individuals and corporations.

Scott Walker may have to define his energy views at Oklahoma Republican gathering.  (Capital Times, 5/21/2015)

Most likely the talk will be about "all of the above".
While Oklahoma's primary doesn't come early, the conference will draw southern Republican activists and will host the largest regional straw poll of the year. It will also give a new focus to the discussion as candidates (declared and undeclared) scramble to get ahead in advance of the first primary debate, less than three months away: energy.

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Related posts:
Scott Walker travels to New Orleans, claims moral obligation to shift public dollars to private schools.  (5/18/2015)
Scott Walker's upcoming itinerary includes Des Moines, laundry, and Washington DC.  (5/15/2015)
Scott Walker adds another Iowa event to his schedule.  (5/9/2015)
Scott Walker will return from Israel just in time to do his laundry and make yet another series of visits to Iowa.  (5/5/2015)
Without a hint of irony, Scott Walker trumpets Wisconsin tourism in his latest weekly e-update.  (5/2/2015)
It's becoming a daily routine to update Scott Walker's presidential campaign travel schedule.  (5/2/2015)
Scott Walker adds a couple of stops to his Iowa itinerary.  (5/1/2015) 
From Iowa to Massachusetts.  (4/28/2015)
Scott Walker runs to the arms of Iowa Republicans for approval.  (4/17/2015) 
Where in the world is determined presidential candidate/distracted Wisconsin governor Scott Walker?  (3/16/2015)
Furiously campaigning for the Presidency, Scott Walker travels on the Wisconsin taxpayers' 'dime'.  (3/4/2015)

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