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Thursday, September 17, 2015

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No breakout moment for Scott Walker in second Republican debate

In today's Walker Watch: Gov. Scott Walker competes for screen time during a crowded GOP debate, Walker pens a column on workers' interests for an Iowa paper, and fact-checkers analyze the governor's statements during the debate.


News/features

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker more aggressive in 2nd debate but no breakout moment

- Politico: Scott Walker swings, misses and his campaign scrambles

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker goes after Donald Trump in debate, but some say it wasn't enough to revive his campaign's fortunes

- Capital Times: Scott Walker is barely seen, heard in second Republican debate

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker struggles to be heard at debate, with 3 questions, little airtime

- La Crosse Tribune: GOP candidates debate Russia, immigration — and Trump

- Appleton Post Cresent: Republican field trains their sights on Donald Trump at second debate

- Politico: The GOP debate: 6 takeaways

- Huffington Post: Scott Walker and Jeb Bush disagree over canceling state dinner for Chinese president

- Washington Post: Digital strategist Liz Mair said Fiorina 'edged out' Rubio

- Weekly Standard: Scott Walker attacks Donald Trump, likens him to Obama

- Des Moines Register: Iowans see gains for Fiorina, Christie in GOP debate


Opinion/analysis

- Bloomberg fact check: Trump wrong on Scott Walker's Wisconsin budget

- Wisconsin State Journal: Checking Scott Walker statements at the second GOP debate

- PolitiFact: Fact checking Scott Walker in the second debate

- PolitiFact: Trump: Walker turned a $1 billion surplus into a $2.2 billion budget shortfall (mostly false)

- Richard Epstein: Scott Walker talks turkey on labor market reform

- Robert Mentzer: Was debate the end for Walker campaign?

 - Gov. Scott Walker: Putting workers’ interests before special interests

 - Jim Hightower: Scott Walker cuts higher-ed budget, funds corporate welfare

- Christian Schneider: Walker's plan restores workplace choice

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