RGA Rolls Out Website to Support Walker

Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 01:29 PM

By Dan Weil

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The Republican Governors Association is standing up for one of its own — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is battling public unions over his effort to solve the state’s fiscal crisis. The RGA launched the “Stand with Scott” website Tuesday night to coordinate publicity about Walker’s battle to overcome union and Democratic opposition to his proposals, Politico reports.

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Wis. Gov. Scott Walker
Several Republican governors already have spoken out individually in support of Walker. He’s “is in the middle of what will be a defining moment for our country and the conservative movement,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who’s RGA chairman, said in a statement. “It is essential that we stand with Gov. Walker and show political leaders throughout the country that America is ready to take on its toughest political challenges.”

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