Governor Walker makes a campaign stop in La Crosse
Walker speaks to crowd encouraging them to vote on Tuesday.
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker made a campaign stop in La Crosse on Saturday to talk to residents one final time before Tuesday’s election.
The weather didn’t stop him from talking to a large crowd outside, encouraging people to get out and vote next week.
“I thank you even more for the work many of you have done and the more work many of you will do between now and Tuesday,” said Walker.
Walker will be making campaign stops in Janesville, Whitewater, Delavan and Franksville on Sunday.