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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

 2:33 PM 

Fundraising woes, staff conflicts preceded Walker's exit

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: analysis of what led Gov. Scott Walker's campaign to crumble, Walker supporters ponder thier next steps and Walker returns to the Capitol.

News/features

- Washington Post: Inside the collapse of Scott Walker's presidential bid

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Final hours: Scott Walker, inner circle realized money not there

- Politico: Walker's campaign manager unloads

- New York Times: Scott Walker's dismal finish is a fitting result, old foes say

- NPR: 9 puzzling Scott Walker moments that led to his downfall

- NBC: 'Shocked': Scott Walker's Iowa allies mull next steps

- Des Moines Register: Jindal, Santorum: Not dropping out despite Walker's comments

- Capital Times: What now? Scott Walker returns to Wisconsin after failing on the national stage

- New York Times: Gov. Scott Walker goes back to his day job

- Wisconsin State Journal: With Scott Walker back to work in Wisconsin

- New York Times: Demise of Scott Walker's 2016 bid shows limits of 'super PACs'

- The Atlantic: So much for super PACs 


Opinion/analysis 

- Kyle Wingfield: The stunning, swift collapse of Scott Walker's campaign

- Chris Cillizza: Scott Walker's smart call for other candidates to drop out and stop Donald Trump

- John Kass: Scott Walker's parting shot, the GOP's Trump quandary and 'Being There'

- Jay Bookman: Scott Walker sacrifices himself for the cause of stopping Trump ... kind of

- Frank Bruni: Scott Walker's cocktail of ignorance

- Mary Bottari: Four whoppers that sunk Scott Walker

- Nick Wing: That whole 'President Scott Walker' thing looks pretty stupid now

- John Cassidy: GOP money men and supporters vote Scott Walker off the island

- The Bernstein Brief: Ricketts family loses with Scott Walker

- Mark Hemingway: NYT: Scott Walker lost because he wasn't racist enough

- Christian Schneider: Gov. Scott Walker looks to regain his 'core competency'

- NY Post editorial: Scott Walker's 2016 withdrawal is no win for Big Labor

- MJS editorial: What Gov. Scott Walker needs to do now

- Matt Pommer: Immigrants debate threatens Wisconsin

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