Once in the top tier of GOP presidential candidates, Scott Walker has slowly fallen back into the pack of more than a dozen seeking the GOP nomination.
But over the last several election cycles Republicans have proved quite efficient at narrowing the field during the final months of the invisible primary.
In this era of partisan presidencies, what matters the most is how the party defines itself, not who becomes president.
ONAWA, Iowa — With his sleeves rolled up, Scott Walker wowed Iowa Republicans in January at one of the first events of the 2016 campaign — a moment that shot the Wisconsin governor into the top-tier of GOP candidates for president. In the months since, Walker has slowly fallen back into the pack of more ...
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