A year after dropping out of the race, Governor Scott Walker has managed to significantly pay down what he owes for his presidential campaign.
According to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission, Walker still owed about $382,000 from the campaign at the end of September. That’s down from the roughly $1.2 million he owed at the end of last year.
The governor has raised money over the past year through private contributions and renting out his email and donor lists.
Walker dropped out of the race in September of 2015, partially because of problems raising enough money to continue the effort. At the time he exited the race, Walker was spending about $91,000 a day on his campaign.