Gov. Scott Walker Reacts to Wisconsin Recall Elections
All eyes were on Wisconsin this week as Republicans managed to squeak by in the state’s recall election, maintaining the majority in the state senate by just one senator.
For the state recall election, Democrats needed to pick up three more seats to retake majority in the state senate. Nevertheless, after yesterday’s recall election, the Democratic party only managed to secure two of those seats, leaving Republicans with the majority.
Gov. Walker joined Fox and Friends this morning to weigh in on the results.
Steve Doocy asked the governor if he thought the recall vote was a referendum on him and his policies.
Walker responded saying,
“Well, there is no doubt voters last November wanted us to focus on jobs, and fixing our budget, and we’ve done that.”
He went on to say,
“I think they [voters] affirmed that on Tuesday, and they said along the way, they want us to figure out ways to work together to do even more for jobs because it’s not happening Washington.”