Walker at Viterbo signing bills Friday
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker still has not said no to a possible presidential run as vice president with candidate Ted Cruz should he win the nomination.
Given the chance to do so in La Crosse on Friday, Walker simply said it wasn’t on his mind.
“I love getting around the state, traveling the last six months, being physically here more often has renewed my love for Wisconsin,” said Walker, who is rumored to still be $1 million in debt from his two-month presidential campaign run. “And the best I can do, is help whoever the nominee is by being a good governor.”
Walker was at the Mathy Center on the Viterbo University campus to sign a bill that will put less stringent regulations on nonprofits that try to sell items without being subject to a sales tax.
A few weeks ago, Walker was signing bills at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.