Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has become the 15th Republican presidential contender. Walker is reminding people about his fights and his subsequent triumphs, including his surviving a union-backed recall election.
It is a record he argues that sets him apart from the crowded Republican field and he plans to exploit that in early-voting states.
Gina Worthen, vice chairwoman of the Cache County Republican Party, says she sees Walker as a good candidate.
<span>”I think he’s done some amazing things,” Worthen says. “Being from a more blue state and being able to turn his state around and do some good things for their economy, I think a lot of Republicans really like him. I’m really interested to see how he does in the polling now that he has come on board.”</span>
Worthen says Cache County Republicans have not come out with a favorite candidate but in addition to Walker she also likes Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. As for Donaald Trump, she calls him “interesting” but believes he will be going down in the polls from where he is right now.