Governor Scott Walker says that even though polls show him leading by as much as seven percent, he’ll still be hard at work on the campaign trail in the final days before the election.
During a visit to Janesville Wednesday, Walker says with the out-of-state “money and bodies” that have attacked him that past 18 months, he doesn’t know exactly what’s going to happen June 5. The governor says he’s not going to take anything for granted and is going to campaign until 8 o’clock election night.
Walker claims recall opponent Tom Barrett has acknowledged not having a plan for the future and relies on attacking the governor.
AUDIO: Walker on plans (:19)
The governor says the recall was spurred by his reforms; he claims opponents don’t even talk about those changes now, because they’ve shown to be working.