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Candidate Mahlon Mitchell turns camera on Walker tracker



MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell is trying to turn the tables on a Republican tracker.

Mitchell confronted GOP tracker Ben Stelter on a Milwaukee street Wednesday. Mitchell posted a video of the encounter on his Facebook page.

Brian Reisinger, an adviser to Republican Gov. Scott Walker, confirmed Stelter works for the Walker campaign. Reisinger also accused Mitchell of being a bully but you can judge for yourself below.

So I have a Republican Tracker that follows me around everywhere. We are out knocking on doors and he found us! So I turned it around and recorded him and asked him questions. Watch what happens next!

Posted by Mahlon Mitchell on Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The video shows Stelter video-taping Mitchell. Mitchell starts asking him who he works for and how much he’s paid. Stelter responds that he doesn’t make as much as Mitchell makes as a firefighter and president of the state firefighter union.

Stelter then climbs into his car and drives off as Mitchell asks why he follows him around.

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