Governor Walker Discusses Plans for Future

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Governor Scott Walker has announced his future plans after losing his re-election bid in November.

Walker says although he will stay in Wisconsin, he plans to give speeches across the county to advocate for conservative issues, like tax reform and state rights. He also stated that he will work to help re-elect President Donald Trump in 2020.

Walker will officially step down on January 7 when Governor-Elect Tony Evers is sworn into office.

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