MADISON - Gov.
Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke break little new
ground in their second and final debate.
Walker and Burke
largely played it safe in Friday's debate in Milwaukee, sticking
to their well-worn talking points honed over months on the
campaign trail. The debate comes just 18 days before the Nov. 4
disagree over whether Walker has turned the state's economy around
or made it worse. Walker points to the creation of more than
100,000 new jobs and 5.5 percent unemployment, while Burke says
Wisconsin is lagging its neighbors and the middle class are
defends her jobs plan, even though portions of it were copied from
She says Walker
is using that issue to distract from his own jobs record.