Walker gets up, dusts off and drops in on presidential race
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is turning up again at presidential campaign events, seven weeks after ending his own candidacy.
Walker, who hasn’t endorsed a candidate, is set to attend an event Monday with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Separately, Walker will go to a fundraiser for Wisconsin Republicans. Bush rival Marco Rubio is expected at that event.
Walker is also set to speak at a breakfast Tuesday before the fourth Republican presidential debate.
The debate in Milwaukee gives Walker a setting to help rebuild his image after his candidacy failed — and perhaps to begin maneuvering for a chance at the vice presidency.
Walker has ruled out taking a Cabinet job, but he’s been more circumspect about whether he’s open to the No. 2 spot on the eventual Republican ticket.