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Thursday, September 3, 2015

 12:22 PM 

Walker courts Texas voters

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: Gov. Scott Walker courts Texas voters, the Unintimidated PAC makes a big ad buy, and Walker puts some of the blame on Obama for a rise in racial tensions.


News/features

- Ft. Worth Star-Telegram: Walker seeks Texas support for White House bid

- Austin American-Statesman: Scott Walker opens Texas swing promising to 'wreak havoc on Washington'

- Dallas Morning News: Ice cream stop in Dallas begins Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's three-day swing through Texas

- KVUE: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker courts Texas voters

- NBCDFW: Scott Walker Campaigns in Dallas County

- Bloomberg: Scott Walker-Backing PAC Buying $9 Million in Early State Ads

- Fox News: Scott Walker: We need to stand up for law enforcement

- Wall Street Journal: Group Backing Scott Walker Plans Big Push in South Carolina

- AP: Super PAC backing Scott Walker announces $9 million ad buy

- CNN: Scott Walker links Obama to recent police killings: in Hot Air column

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker says Obama partly to blame for recent police killings

- Capital Times: Scott Walker: Racial tensions have increased under Barack Obama

- Washington Post: Scott Walker alleges 'a rise in anti-police rhetoric' under President Obama

- Midland Reporter-Telegram: Walker, Huckabee to visit Midland

- KFSM: Republican Presidential Hopeful Scott Walker To Visit Arkansas

- Capital Times: A Wisconsin field guide to Scott Walker's vocal tics

- Fox 6 Milwaukee: Scott Walker: In danger of having his votes "sucked up" by other candidates?

- Politico: GOP circulates loyalty pledge to box Trump in

- ABC News: Clinton Goes Under Water; Trump Polarization Grows


Opinion/analysis

- Scott Walker: We Need a Uniter-in-Chief, Not a Divider-in-Chief

- Eugene Robinson: GOP's immigration one-upsmanship improve Dems' chances in '16

- Tom LoBianco: Can Scott Walker recover?

- S.E. Cupp: Count out Scott Walker?

- Peter Suderman: Scott Walker's Pandering, Cringe-Worthy Presidential Campaign

- Pete Spiliakos: Scott Walker and the Bubble

- Chris Cillizza: The 9 big things I think I know about the 2016 Republican race

- Nate Silver: Keep Calm And Ignore The 2016 'Game Changers'

- Amber Phillips: Sorry, Scott Walker: You are a career politician

- PolitiFact: Scott Walker says his actions covered everyone in poverty with Medicaid for first time ever (Mostly True)

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