By Eric Fischer
Governor Scott Walker made stops in both Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay on Saturday to share the positive accomplishments from around the state. Kewaunee and Door County Republicans each invited the Governor to attend and speak at their respective Lincoln Day fundraiser dinners to reach out to voters in the area. Walker also made several stops across the state Saturday, visiting conservatives in Fond Du Lac and Eau Claire to talk about the GOP’s accomplishments before heading to Kewaunee. Before arriving at the Door County Lincoln Day Dinner, Governor Walker stopped by the DoorCountyDailyNews.com studio and says that he loves traveling around the state and seeing Wisconsin pride.
The two biggest accomplishments Walker discussed yesterday in Instagram videos were the UW system tuition freeze and the Wisconsin record low unemployment rate of 2.9%. Governor Walker will seek re-election for a third term this November.