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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

 10:14 PM 

Walker in election statement: 'not done yet'

Gov. Scott Walker issued a statement tonight on his re-election, declaring he is "not done yet" and "Wisconsin is back on!"

Here's the text of his statement:

Wisconsin is back on the right track, and we are better off than we were four years ago, but we are not done yet. In a second term, we will move forward with policies aimed at helping people keep more of their paychecks through continued property and income tax relief, helping people learn more to earn more through worker training, and helping move people from government dependence to true independence through work.

Our number one goal over this next term is to ensure that everyone who wants a job, can find a job. I thank you, the voters of Wisconsin, for the honor of allowing me to serve as your governor for another four years.

Wisconsin is back on!


Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch also issued a statement:

I am very grateful to Wisconsin voters for tonight's victory. I'm humbled that Governor Walker and I have the privilege of continuing to lead Wisconsin's comeback in a second term. With another four years of continued investment in our economy, reducing our tax burden and helping people learn more to earn more, every Wisconsinite's future looks brighter.

Wisconsin is moving in the right direction and in a Walker-Kleefisch administration our state will continue to see the benefit of smaller, less intrusive government. I am honored to have earned the trust of Wisconsin and the opportunity to serve our great state for another four years.

-- By JR Ross


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