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National Tele-Townhall w/ Gov. Scott Walker

On Wednesday, May 2, at 8:30 PM EST, we will be holding our next National Tele-Town Hall Series for our members and supporters. Joining us for a special Q&A session is Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and our founder and chairman Ralph Reed. Gov. Walker will be sharing about his faith journey and challenges leading Wisconsin in the face of attacks by liberal labor unions. *Call information: 1-877-228-2184; Access Code: 19327 Scott Walker grew up in the small Wisconsin town of Delavan. The son of a pastor, Scott had the spirit of service instilled in him at an early age. He was involved in sports, band, church, and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Scott was elected to the State Assembly in 1993. While there, he chaired several committees and authored important pieces of legislation that include: Truth-in-Sentencing, photo identification requirements to vote, and the elimination of the statute of limitations in sexual assault cases. In 2002, Scott was elected Milwaukee County Executive to reform the scandal-ridden county government. On January 3, 2011, Scott Walker was inaugurated as Wisconsin’s 45th Governor. Since that day, he has proposed bold reforms that have eliminated the state’s $3.6 billion budget deficit without raising taxes and gave school districts and local governments the tools to balance their budgets without the massive layoffs seen in other states. To date, these profound changes are saving Wisconsin taxpayers over $765 million and counting. Governor Walker also remains committed to helping Wisconsin’s private sector create 250,000 jobs by 2015. *Call information: 1-877-228-2184; Access Code: 19327 Governor Walker is married to Tonette, and they have two sons in high school, Matt and Alex. Thank you for supporting the Faith & Freedom Coalition as we turnout the biggest block of social conservative and Tea Party friendly voters to the polls in the history of presidential elections.

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