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Walker joins me now -- morning to governor.
Good morning good to -- -- that so many economists predicted that it would take up slightly to seven point 9% and that's exactly where we are what kind of impact a look at.
Well remember before last month we had 43 consecutive months at or above 8%.
He had a slight dip it seven point eight it's back up again at seven point nine heading towards a percent.
This is the highest unemployment the president is -- going into reelection since FDR.
And we know how things were back there long before you or I were born but this is one of those where it has a tremendous impact in Wisconsin and Iowa and Ohio and Virginia.
In states all across the country -- where the economies are critical critical issue.
And I think you people -- to the future they realize the last four years haven't worked.
In that Mitt -- -- with a plan to turn things around.
It's interesting because the early voting ends today in your states the last time around I believe President Obama won your state by fourteen points it wasn't even contention.
For John McCain but now.
With the selection of Paul Ryan as the VP running mate for Romney and and many other factors we arguably what you've done for the state there are some people would say.
It's now a tossup.
Well it really is in poll after poll it's it's about as close is it a -- you can get 4949.
Repeatedly in a number pulls out there.
Most importantly those the poll -- conducted on Tuesday.
You take all the work that was done through this year we made four and a half million voter context.
In the state of five point seven million we -- tens of thousands of volunteers help us in my election earlier this year.
That excitement continued on it certainly I've got accelerated.
When Paul Ryan was added to the ticket -- because he's from Wisconsin but because in his district which is evenly matched.
Between Republicans and Democrats.
There's always been a high level respect even in the blue collar working class union towns like.
Janesville could notion because of the hard work the Paul -- has done it will do in the most importantly after that first debate in Denver.
We saw an increase in the polling equally as important we saw an increase in the number of volunteers are victory sooners have to -- just tremendous performance.
That that running he -- he really showed who he is he's a job creator he's a guy can fix it he's a guy who in Massachusetts.
That would -- to budget.
Did it without massive tax increases in a way that help the economy -- -- that state -- the private sector and he did it while working with Democrats and Republicans alike.
I think that's what people here Wisconsin across the country what the next president.
Right -- very interesting analysis and Governor Walker is going to be sticking around because he's been talking to Governor Christie of New Jersey we're gonna ask him.
About that in hurricane sandy -- -- -- to break.
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