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Monday, July 13, 2015

 12:18 PM 

Scott Walker on Twitter: I'm running for president

Gov. Scott Walker tweets he's running for president ahead of his official announcement this evening, and analysts weigh in on what Walker needs to do to win in today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup.


News/features

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: 'I'm running for president,' Scott Walker announces on Twitter

- ABC: Scott Walker Makes It Official: 'I'm Running for President'

- Channel 3000: False start for Walker after premature Twitter announcement

- Wisconsin State Journal: Political savvy, right timing paved Scott Walker's path to presidential run

- Des Moines Register: Scott Walker jumps into GOP presidential race

- Washington Post: As Scott Walker enters 2016 fray, he feuds with both parties at home

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The challenges ahead as Gov. Scott Walker kicks off 2016 bid

- Washington Post: The Daily 202: Scott Walker’s challenge

- NBC: First Read: Scott Walker's Big Moment

- New York Times: Scott Walker, Viewed as ‘Authentic,’ Aims for ‘Smart’ in the 2016 Race

-  U.S. News & World Report: Scott Walker's Behind on the Campaign trail

- NPR: Scott Walker Sidles Into A Crowded GOP Presidential Field

- Washington Post: Scott Walker’s primary strategy: Motorcycles, barbecue and a Winnebago

- CNN: Walker's sons not trying to change his mind

- International Business Times: Who Is Tonette Walker? Scott Walker Wife, Wisconsin First Lady, Backs Presidential Hopeful Husband

-  MSNBC: Scott Walker’s sons speak on family differences

-  Capital Times: Scott Walker's family gets in front of the camera as presidential announcement approaches

- CBS: 5 things to know about Scott Walker

- Appleton Post-Crescent: 6 things to know about Scott Walker

- NPR: 5 Things You Should Know About Scott Walker

- Breitbart: Scott Walker Details His Trip to Israel


Opinion/analysis 

- Patrick Healy: What Scott Walker Would Need to Do to Win 

- Mark Halperin and John Heilemann: The Definitive H&H Scott Walker Scouting Report

- Jerry Seib: Scott Walker's Assets and Liabilities

- Dante Chinni: A Midwest Advantage for Scott Walker?

- John King: How Scott Walker could go from No. 15 to No. 1

- Jonathan Bernstein: Scott Walker and the Tea Party Test

- Tim Alberta:  Walker Is Running for President. But Who Will He Be?

- Nate Cohn: Scott Walker Had a Great Starting Position but Not a Great Start

- Dan Bice:  Win or lose, Scott Walker's political future in Wisconsin is no sure bet

- Mitch Henck: Scott Walker needs Iowa win

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