GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- Gov. Scott Walker defended his administration Saturday in a speech to the Republican Party of Wisconsin convention.
"We're turning things around. We're heading in the right direction. We're moving Wisconsin forward," Walker said to the crowd.
He also reiterated his promise to bring 250,000 private sector jobs to the state by 2015. Fifty-six hundred have been created in the first 16 months of his administration.
Walker faces a recall election on June 5. He will be challenged by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, who he defeated in the 2010 gubernatorial election.
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