Gov. Scott Walker tells AP he will make endorsement decision next week

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Governor Scott Walker

MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tells The Associated Press that he will decide next week who he intends to vote for the state’s April 5 presidential primary and whether he will publicly endorse that person.

Walker ended his own run for president in September with a call for others to drop out so it would be easier to take on Donald Trump. But now with just Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich left in the GOP field challenging Trump, Walker remains reluctant to back either one.

Walker told the AP on Tuesday he’s more in line with Kasich or Cruz, but he’s still deciding whether to endorse one of them. Until he decides, Walker says he won’t appear with any candidate when they are in the state.


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