Wisconsin will take center stage in the race for president again this week, as those vying for the 2016 Republican nomination head to Milwaukee for the next debate.
Several candidates have events planned in the state today, ahead of Tuesday’s debate. Florida Senator Marco Rubio will be in Pewaukee for a rally Monday afternoon, while Florida Governor Jeb Bush will be in Waukesha.
Governor Scott Walker plans to appear with Bush, but stressed last week that it should not be seen as endorsement. “I’m not making any endorsements this year,” Walker told reporters in Green Bay. “If I make any at all, it won’t be until after the start of the year.”
Walker dropped out of the race six weeks ago, but does plan to attend Tuesday night’s debate at the Milwaukee Theater. Walker said he doesn’t mind watching from the audience, instead of being on stage. “I think it will be exciting to be there,” Walker said, adding that he has “no regrets” about his decision get out of the race.