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Walker downplays visit to Iowa

Signs point to possible 2016 presidential bid

6:05 PM, May 18, 2013
Then-vice presidential candidate, U. S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, right, greets Wisconsin governor Scott Walker during a campaign appearance in Ashwaubenon in 2012. Signs seem to be pointing toward Walker making a 2016 presidential bid.
Then-vice presidential candidate, U. S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, right, greets Wisconsin governor Scott Walker during a campaign appearance in Ashwaubenon in 2012. Signs seem to be pointing toward Walker making a 2016 presidential bid.
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In just a few days, Gov. Scott Walker will head to the heart of Iowa - where the 2016 presidential race will likely begin - and take center stage before that key state's Republican party faithful.

But Walker, who developed a national conservative cult following after effectively ending collective bargaining for public workers and surviving an ensuing attempt to oust him from office, is downplaying the political significance of Thursday's trip to the Des Moines area, where he will deliver the keynote speech at a fundraiser hosted by Iowa's largest GOP committee, the Republican Party of Polk ...

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