Governor Walker says his sons will skip college next fall to campaign with their dad

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Gov. Scott Walker

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Although they’re carefully avoiding declaring themselves presidential candidates, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush made weekend swings through New Hampshire with all the marks of White House bids.

Walker says his children plan to skip college next fall to campaign with their dad, but he emphasized to a crowd of activists that he’s “not a declared candidate.”

Bush, meanwhile, responded to questions about his policy positions with hypotheticals and the repeated line that he’s “considering the possibility of running.”

As presidential hopefuls begin traveling to this early voting state, they’re taking great pains to avoid triggering the headaches that come with being full-blown candidates. Former Texas Governor Rick Perry and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas are also afoot in New Hampshire this weekend.


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