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Monday, June 1, 2015

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Scott Walker 2016 Monday headline roundup

Gov. Scott Walker visits New Hampshire, Georgia and Florida, leads in a new Iowa poll, and pledges to reverse Obama's Iran deal in today's Walker Walker 2016 headline roundup.


News/features

- New Hampshire Public Radio: Scott Walker Emphasizes Wisconsin Record In Latest New Hampshire Trip

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker floats ideas during cruise on New Hampshire lake

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Tough-talking Walker says force isn't his first instinct

- Atlanta Journal Constitution: Scott Walker makes a brief, quiet stop in Atlanta today

- Herald Tribune: Scott Walker may be next GOP star to swing through Sarasota

- Des Moines Register: Iowa Poll: Walker maintains popularity with 7-point lead

- Bloomberg: Scott Walker Has Early Lead in Iowa Poll as Jeb Bush Faces Challenges

- CNN: Poll: Walker holds 7-point lead over GOP presidential rivals in Iowa

- New York Daily News: Scott Walker leads GOP 2016 nomination race in Iowa

- Sun Times: Scott Walker expands 2016 lead in Iowa poll

- Breitbart: Scott Walker Praises Carly Fiorina, Adds That 'We Play to Win' on Iowa

- Washington Times: Scott Walker no-show could kill Iowa straw poll

- Washington Post: The Iowa straw poll, once a kingmaker, fades into irrelevance for 2016

- Fox News: Scott Walker explains stances on foreign and domestic policy

- The Hill: Walker calls for US to abandon 'horrible Iran deal'

- Walker: First thing I'd Do as Prez Is Kill Obama's 'Horrible' Nuke Deal with Iran

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker doesn't back Sensenbrenner's changes to Patriot Act

- IJReview: Scott Walker and Bobby Jindal Weren't Bashful With Their Responses to Rand Paul's Comments on ISIS

- International Business Times: Scott Walker Abortion Politics Aren't Unique, But Help Build National GOP Credentials

- AP: Scott Walker insists abortion clinics should provide ultrasounds

- Topeka Capital Journal: Bob Dole on 2016 Republican presidential nomination: 'I think it's going to be a governor'

- Philadelphia Enquirer: Out of state, but not out of mind, says Christie

- Washington Examiner: Elizabeth Warren calls Cruz, Walker 'scary,' says Dems blew 2014 elections

- Houston Chronicle: The net worth of 2016 presidential candidates

- CNN: Walker jabs Clintons over foundation claims

- Cleveland Plain Dealer: Scott Walker wants taxpayer-backed basketball arena


Opinion/analysis 

- Mark Shields: Among Republicans, 2016 Presidential Race is Almost Anyone's to Lose

- Heather Digby Parton: Scott Walker just can't win

- Dave Zweifel: Flip-flopper Scott Walker doesn't deserve a pass

- Robert Schlesinger: Underwhelming: The GOP presidential field may be crowded, but it's not deep

- Benji Sarlin: Gigantic 2016 field turns onetime GOP stars into also-rans

- Joseph Williams: The Party of Red Ink

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