Governor Walker Hits Campaign Trail
With only four weeks to go, Governor Scott Walker has a lot of ground to cover. Video by nbc26.comvideo
GREEN BAY--Governor Walker continues to hit the campaign trail hard stopping in Green Bay Tuesday. He greeted workers at Fox Valley Metal-Tech reminding them that he's also on the primary ballot.
With only 4 weeks to go, every handshake counts.
"A lot of people even through the weekend, weren't familiar that I had a primary. Part of it is just getting the word out. Not only asking for the vote, but reminding people I have a primary. I hope for their vote, but this to me is very much a small version of what we're going to see on June 5th," Governor Walker said.
With Fox Valley Metal-Tech as a backdrop, Governor Walker told the crowd he will continue to focus on jobs. But something he says he's not focusing on, which one of his rivals will win Tuesday's primary--even though recent polls favor Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
"I think the only thing predictable this year is that things are unpredictable. Conventional wisdom may not always be the case. I think the biggest thing for me, whoever ends up winning this election is really secondary," Governor Walker said.
Until then, it's full speed ahead down the campaign trail.
"We built this foundation off those brown bag principles I ran on, and we're going to continue to do that given the chance after June 5th," Governor Walker said.