Walker gave up on his White House bid on Monday, just 70 days after officially launching his campaign
MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is back at work at the state Capitol after his abrupt exit from the Republican presidential race.
Walker’s spokeswoman Jocelyn Webster said Tuesday that Walker was spending most of his day in briefings with executive staff and he would not make any public appearances.
She says that Walker “looks forward to continuing to work hard for the people of Wisconsin for the remainder of his term.”
Walker gave up on his White House bid on Monday, just 70 days after officially launching his campaign. He left after a steep drop in poll numbers and a lack of fundraising to pay for his staff and advisers spread across the country.