Veteran pollster says Walker 'just what doctor ordered'
By SCOTT BAUER Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A veteran Republican pollster and top adviser to Gov. Scott Walker says it is "very likely" Walker will get into the presidential race, but he has yet to make a decision.
Ed Goeas made the comments Wednesday after a speech at the annual business day event organized by the state chamber of commerce.
Goeas says "some of the indicators coming back in are very positive, very positive for him looking at running. But I don't think he's going to make that decision before he's gone through the entire process."
Goeas said in his speech that Walker is "just what the doctor ordered" for the future of the country. Goeas also says he doesn't believe Walker, who catapulted into the top tier of possible candidates, is peaking too soon.
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