Posted Tuesday, December 17, 2013 --- 8:42 p.m.
Governor Scott Walker faces an election next year and Tuesday he sat down one on one with NBC15's John Stofflet to talk about the 3rd year of his term.
Among the questions covered, the second John Doe investigation that has been launched involving potential violations during his re-call campaign, his possible run for President, and whether having a college diploma matters in that race, and about only reaching one-third of his goal at this point of creating 250,000 new private sector jobs.
In the web exclusive above, the Governor talks about whether he's spoken with his family about a presidential run, about why some of his supporters don't want him to run for President, what he feels he's done well and needs to do better, and finally, why he opted to move about 92,000 Wisconsin residents off of Badger Care and over to Obama Care, when he's so opposed to Obama Care.
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