Norwalk, WI (WXOW)-- Governor Scott Walker made a stop at the Monroe County Dairy Breakfast.
He didn't give any speeches, instead Walker met with the Brueggen family, who hosted the breakfast. And then he scrambled eggs and served food to those at the event.
Of course with only a few days until election day the campaign is still very much on Walker's mind.
He says he doesn't have any regrets about his time in office, but looking back, there are a few things he'd do differently.
"If I'd talked about the abuses of collective bargaining in over time in places like Madison, where a bus driver made $150,000, I think most people would have said fix it," Walker said. "My challenge was I was so eager to fix it, I fixed it and then talked about it. Most politicians talk about it and never fix it. And in the future, we're going to do both."
Walker also says though he's leading in the polls, he's not taking anything for granted and knows he needs all his supporters to vote on Tuesday.
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