MADISON — Wisconsin Gov.
Scott Walker has cut the campaign debt from his failed
presidential bid to just under $1 million.
His latest campaign filing
this week shows Walker owes just over $952,000. That is down
about $141,000 from the previous month. His debt stood at
$1.2 million at the end of 2015.
Walker ended his 71-day
campaign for president in September, after averaging
spending $90,000 a day on the effort. He's been slowly
paying off his campaign debts since, and earlier this month
sent out a fundraising plea where he promised to give donors
a T-shirt. But he couldn't guarantee size or color, so he
suggested they could be used in a craft project.
Walker's latest Federal
Election Commission filing shows he raised about $128,000 in
the last month.