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First -- all.
First of all I wanted to I wanted to thank god for his abundant grace.
Next -- I particularly want to thank all of you here but people all across the state.
I wanted to thank you for your prayers because for the last year and out the thing that has to stage of that and I and Nat and Alex.
Not just -- campaign events.
But literally at factories and farms -- small businesses.
Just about every day over the past year and a half high that people at every one of those stops and what has sustained this.
It's people many times people I've never met before the -- the line Kamal the farm it's a governor were praying for you and your family I can't -- -- Okay.
And speaking of my family.
How much you've been told that at the First Lady it was.
Tonight just been -- -- she is so courageous.
So it's drawn.
I'm so glad that more than twenty years ago on May first 1992.
She agreed to have that first date with -- that happen ever -- -- -- We're proud to have two sons.
Autistic boy but they're not boys anymore two sons.
Matt and Alex.
They've been through a lot this last year and a half I couldn't be more proud of -- -- graduate on Saturday.
They've just been spectacular Internet mention.
The rest of their progress of our program and my mom and dad I know a lot of you and our -- -- -- My beloved chocolate chip cookies.
You got to -- It.
My mom and dad my brother David my sister -- up my two beautiful these kids Isabel and now.
My father like -- all like family here and you just don't leave a longtime friends.
So many who lifted us up over the last year and a half even -- times.
And -- -- we say thank you for all of them.
And we'll thank you.
-- Thank you.
And it's great to see nobody kids out here do -- that was all about -- OK a.
I wanted to thank god for millions lieutenant governor -- played good.
-- down the -- back got.
-- her husband's estate represented -- lakers their two beautiful daughters thank you to them for standing up with us as well but the crowd taxpayers who was.
I thank my incredible -- both on the campaign in the cabinet.
In our capital staff.
To all the tremendous volunteers from all across the state and -- talked about it more than four million voter contacts.
The staff the volunteers and supporters we can't not think you know I think you'd all be here there's a tent outside with an overblown because we couldn't we could violate the fire code here but -- people all over this area and all across the state on behalf of our family we say thank you all of you.
Thanks to all of you and everybody at home watching tonight thanks to all the people we got to get it trusted to be your ball at the governor to be the 45 and continue to be the 45 governor of the great.
What I wanted to -- no -- let me share -- quick little story last last ball.
And and I had a chance I was going to -- governors those.
Haitian meeting and we get a chance to travel to Philadelphia.
And I went to independence hall.
As a kid we -- and a small town while.
I love this study history but my parents we did have a lot of money so we did it often go to places like Philadelphia Washington.
So for me it was the first trip to independence hall.
And I had that I was so touched I would I stood -- there and I looked at those desk and I looked in those chairs.
And even though as a kid growing up I thought of our our founders -- superheroes is bigger than life standing in that hall dawned on me.
-- these were ordinary people.
Ordinary people we did something quite extraordinary.
They didn't just.
Just risked their political careers.
They didn't just risked their businesses.
-- literally risked their lives.
For the freedoms we hold so dear today had a better weather and the.
Moments like that remind me why America and why Wisconsin are so great.
-- David what had made our concrete.
Unbelievable what has made the United States of America exceptional what has made the United States arguably one of the greatest countries in the history of the world.
Is that in times their prices.
Be they economic or fiscal be they military -- spirit killed in times of crisis what has made America amazing.
It's been the fact that throughout our history.
Throughout the more than 200 years our -- our history there have been men and women of courage who has stood up.
And decided it was more important look -- for the future of their children and their grandchildren.
That their -- -- It.
And -- And why can't sustain them what had -- -- -- Wisconsin and brought stark on.
Tree -- even when there have been leaders and encouraged.
What has sustained that it is there were good and decent people who stood with -- shoulder to shoulder and arm in arm that's what you -- -- pro.
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Tonight we tell Wisconsin.
We tell our country.
And we tell people all the brought the Cologne.
That voters really if you want leaders.
-- stand up and make that top the.
But now but now.
It is time to move.
And move boarded Wisconsin.
Tomorrow tomorrow albeit with -- cabinet in the states capitol.
There will renew our commitment to help small businesses.
Grow jobs in this day.
-- -- our commitment to help grow the quality of life for all of our citizens.
Both those who voted for me.
And those who voted for someone else because tomorrow.
Tomorrow is the day after the election.
And tomorrow we are now no longer opponent tomorrow we're wanted -- -- tonight take.
-- A few minutes ago I talked to mayor Don -- No no no no no no.
Election is no.
I talked to the bear.
And we had a good talk and I cannot committed to working with you to help the city of Milwaukee and -- -- this data was.
The electrocuted over it's time to -- went.
Learned much over the last year and a half there's no doubt about.
You know -- 2011 -- -- to try and fix things before I talked about.
Because -- -- years.
Too many politicians I've seen not only in Madison but it Washington and beyond talk about things but never fix them.
Well but I wanna tell -- -- look bad.
We know it's under it's important to -- goal.
Looking ahead to tackle the challenges that face all of the people Wisconsin.
We're all going to be committed to talking together about how to solve problems and then working together we're gonna move -- with the solutions.
That put our state back on the right track towards more freedom and more prosperity.
For all of our people.
Bring in our state together it'll take some time there's -- no doubt about but I wanted to start out right away.
The back next week -- -- by all the members of the state legislature.
Republican and Democrat alike and what better way to bring people together than -- -- them over subversive bribes.
-- the Burger's right.
-- Maybe a little bit -- -- -- here as well.
-- Because I believe there is more that unites us than divides us I believe that now the election is done we can move -- and we can move forward.
I believe that for the sake of our children and our grandchildren.
Now at the time for us to come together to tackle the challenges that -- -- small businesses.
The tackle the challenges that they are are scrambling -- our businesses -- our seniors and all the people who care about the future of the state.
Now is the time to move -- And I got to tell you I've committed to -- -- not just to all of you here I'm committed -- everybody back at all.
What you voted -- or not I'm committed because for me the most important reason I ran for governor two years ago the most important reason I was willing to make the tough decisions.
And the most important reason why -- committed to work with anyone and everyone in this state.
Who wants to help move this state sport are the two young men standing in the states back behind.
And we'll yeah.
I believe -- I believe people all across this state you -- we've had amazing numbers of people turn out the ball but I believe what inspired us in this state.
It's the back and ultimately we go to work and we work hard every day.
Those amateur moms and dads just like Canada not the gravity -- as he did the course we go to work and we work hard every single day.
Not just for a paycheck.
Not just to put food on the table.
Not just a -- close to the backs of our kids.
We go to work every single day we work hard for the -- did you work hard and people all across the state work hard.
We work hard because we want our children to and here -- a better life.
A better hole a better community and thanks to your -- today a better state than the one we inherited together we're gonna -- Can -- cool thank you god bless you and yeah.
The great state of it got there.
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker on a big night.
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