Governor Scott Walker hints that he may run for third term
MADISON — Governor Scott Walker is hinting that he may be running for a third term.
Walker told to the state chamber of commerce in a speech Wednesday, December 9th that he will unveil ideas next month in his State of the State speech for listening to Wisconsin residents and business owners.
Walker says the initiative will look at what the goals should be for the state and what businesses and people can be attracted here.
Walker says he wants to work on that for the remainder of his term “or whatever terms I’m blessed to serve thereafter.”
Walker’s current term runs through 2018.
Walker told donors to his failed presidential campaign in September that he hadn’t decided on running for a third term.