Governor Scott Walker is dismissing a claim that he had a hand in rigging Wisconsin elections.
In a column released earlier this week, conservative political consultant Roger Stone said there are strong indications Walker and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus rigged as many as five election in Wisconsin…including the recall election that targeted Walker.
Stone based the claim in part on a study done by a voting statistics expert, which compared actual election results to exit polling.
Asked about the column on Thursday, the governor brushed it off, saying only that “apparently that’s what the long term effect is of legalizing marijuana in the District of Columbia.”
AUDIO: Gov. Scott Walker responds to a question about the column (:13)
Walker did not offer any further comment. Stone is a former advisor to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign.