The Governor visited manufacturers in Waunakee and Black River Falls today. He repeated the theme he's voiced since he first took office, that his budget reforms are helping Wisconsin companies compete. He's also repeated claims that Milwaukee has not progressed as well under Mayor Tom Barrett's watch.
"They should look at the positive difference in where we're headed as a state versus where the City of Milwaukee is. If people want to Milwaukeeize, I think that's what they'll get under Tom Barrett. But if they want to continue with the positive reforms we've had, I think that's the route, I hope most people will take on June Fifth," Walker said during a campaign stop.
Like many people, Gov. Walker said he can't wait for this election to be over.
"I think most people will be happy in less than four-weeks, when the election is over, when not just me, but the people of the state can get back to their business without being assaulted by all these attack ads and we can really move our state forward," Walker said.