Wisconsin Republican Governor and Presidential Candidate Scott Walker stopped in Eureka to unveiled his "on day one" campaign platform at President Ronald Reagan's alma mater. IPR's Cass Herrington reports.
Walker spoke from the stage where the 40th president gave his first political speech as a college freshman. Walker likened himself to Reagan who he calls a fighter for small government and American values.
"We need someone who is willing to go big and go bold. Cause you see, it's not just enough to elect a republican as president, what we need more than anything is a reformer."
Walker laid out his plans to quote "wreak havoc" on the federal government if he wins the presidency. His Day One plan calls for eliminating programs like Obamacare. Jordan Morris is Eureka sophomore and president of the conservative union. He says he likes this GOP candidate's plan, but would like more details.