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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

 12:29 PM 

Walker banks on second debate to win back Republican Party

In today's Walker Watch: Gov. Scott Walker seeks to reverse a gloomy public narrative heading into tonight's debate, pundits call the event Walker's 'last chance,' and the governor faces GOP flack for cancelling a California appearance.


News/features

- Washington Post: He was the everyman candidate. Now Scott Walker needs to stand out

- USA Today: Walker's supporters urge a return to core beliefs

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker seeks to boost sagging campaign in Wednesday's debate

- Wisconsin State Journal: Walker's struggling White House bid faces critical test at second debate

- US News: A foreign policy test in second GOP debate

- Politico: Walker’s last best chance

- MSNBC: Scott Walker is struggling, but is it too soon to count him out?

- Politico: Walker craters. but not because of Trump

- Politico: California Republicans slam Walker for canceling convention appearance

- CNN: Scott Walker in Las Vegas: I will stop 'big-government union bosses'

- Bloomberg: How the party of Jeb Bush and Scott Walker helped create Donald Trump

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Head of firm chosen for new Wisconsin test gave Scott Walker $10,000

- AOL: Scott Walker: 2016 presidential candidate profile

- New York Times: More Republicans see Donald Trump as a winner, poll finds


Opinion/analysis

- USA Today: Fact check: Ben Carson, Scott Walker stretch facts on Syrian refugees 

- Washington Post Fact Check: Scott Walker’s exaggerated claims of employment trends in Wisconsin

- Catherine Thompson: Scott Walker debated David Duke in 1992!?  

- Wisconsin State Journal editorial: Scott Walker and peers for president should focus on the big stuff at GOP debate

- Stephen Kruiser: Is this debate Scott Walker’s last chance?

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial: Gov. Scott Walker to unions: Drop dead

- Matt Pommer: Walker touts foreign affairs experience

- Valerie Strauss: Once again, Gov. Scott Walker ignores teacher who wants him to stop talking about her

- Jordyn Phelps: Four things that took Scott Walker from frontrunner to longshot candidate

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