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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

 4:17 PM 

Walker adviser upbeat on campaign progress

National campaign manager Rick Wiley, speaking to a WisPolitics.com luncheon at the Madison Club, said Gov. Scott Walker is off to a strong start barely more than a week into his official presidential campaign. Wiley's optimism over his boss' campaign fundraising carried over to where Walker stands in recent national polls.

News/features

- WisPolitics.com: Walker campaign manager: Not worried about Bush financial advantage, says guv off to strong start
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- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker campaign manager: Iowa isn't a must-win

- AP: Top adviser says Walker running as a 'uniter,' recall victory shows he can bring people together

- Wall Street Journal: Scott Walker tours N.H. with Scott Brown, moderate ex-GOP senator

- CNN: Scott Walker groups raise $26.2M, land in middle of GOP pack

- Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Ron Johnson downplays Rubio donations, says he will back Walker for president

- The Capital Times: Scott Walker's first presidential ad gets the 'bad lip-reading' treatment

- Huffington Post: Scott Walker has no good answer for kids whose dad could be deported

- Shepherd Express: Scott Walker's inadequate answer on immigration

- New Yorker: Scott Walker's Wisconsin and the end of campaign-finance law

Opinion/analysis

- Dom Giordano: College, who needs it? Not Scott Walker

- Noah Williams: Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin has prospered, keep that in mind for 2016

- Mitch Henck: Will Scott Walker finish term?

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