Gov. Walker to join Romney in Janesville on Monday

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MADISON (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker will be joining Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney when he campaigns in Janesville on Monday, June 18th.

Walker’s campaign spokesman Tom Evenson confirmed Gov. Walker will be with Romney for the stop at Monterey Mills.

The stop marks Romney’s first visit to the state since he won the GOP primary in April. It also comes about two weeks after Gov. Walker won a recall election.

Gov. Walker said in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, June 14th that his recall victory provides no assurance Republicans would carry Wisconsin in November. He said Mitt Romney “has a shot” in Wisconsin but has to appeal to more than just Republicans and needs to hone his economic message.

U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, frequently mentioned as a possible Romney running mate was also expected to appear at the Janesville event.

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