- The Washington Times - Monday, November 23, 2015

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is asking supporters to chip in to help erase debt from his presidential campaign.

“[A]s things changed dramatically in the presidential race, ‘Walker for America’ incurred a campaign debt and it is my hope that you and all of our supporters will chip in and make an online contribution of $10, $35, $50, $100, $250, or more so we can end this campaign in the black,” Mr. Walker wrote in an emailed pitch to supporters Monday.

“It is a lot to ask, I know, but we feel personally obligated to make sure that every small business that extended us their good faith and credit is repaid. And we are hoping we can count on you to help,” he wrote.

Mr. Walker jumped into the race for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination in July but suspended his campaign in September, a little more than two months later.

In the email, Mr. Walker also thanked his supporters and said he’s back in the state Capitol “working on our next round of big, bold, conservative reforms.”

“When God closes one door, another one opens,” he wrote. “While I don’t know exactly what the future holds, trust me, we will continue leading the fight for big, bold, conservative change in Wisconsin and across America.”

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