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Friday, September 18, 2015

 11:13 AM 

Walker refocuses campaign on Iowa

In today's Walker Watch: Facing criticism of his performance in Wednesday's GOP debate, Gov. Scott Walker shifts his attention to winning over Iowa voters, the governor works to reassure donors, and Politifact rates a Walker statement on union exemptions from federal extortion laws 'mostly false.'



News/features

- Washington Post: Amid dropping poll numbers, Scott Walker will retreat to focus on Iowa

- Wisconsin State Journal: The heat is on Scott Walker's presidential campaign after second debate

- USA Today: Walker failed to deliver in GOP debate, analysts say

- Superior Telegram: Walker has quiet night at GOP debate

- Mediaite: Scott Walker: Media would’ve said Fiorina won debate ‘no matter what’

- The Hill: Scott Walker tries to reassure nervous donors

- La Crosse Tribune: Walker to focus on Iowa as he tries to reassure wary donors

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker campaign chair Rick Wiley: 'I'm not going anywhere'

- Des Moines Register: Scott Walker campaign puts on a happy face despite setbacks

- Vox: Scott Walker's plan to crush American labor unions, explained

- La Crosse Tribune: Investigators: Scott Walker's county office abused records law to benefit campaign

- Politico: Walker’s salary sacrifice paid political dividends



Opinion/analysis

- PolitiFact: Scott Walker says high court has said federal laws against extortion usually don't apply to unions (mostly false)

-  Francis Wilkinson:  Flummoxed, Scott Walker returns to unions

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