MADISON, Wis. - Gov. Scott Walker hasn?t changed his message as the effort to recall him from office enters its fourth week.
The governor said his message is the same one he ran on in 2010, which got him elected.
"In the end I stay focused on helping the private factor create jobs, so I don't track how many signatures, you guys tell us how many they say they have,? Walker said. ?But I've assumed all along that between activists and paid circulators if they paid enough people, they'd ultimately be able to get that number. They've done it in other states and it'll give us a chance to share our message with the people of Wisconsin again, and just like last year I think we'll get a majority of votes this time."
At last count, United Wisconsin reported it had collected 300,000 signatures in 12 days.
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