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Walker received the endorsements of Wisconsin Right to Life and The Milwaukee Sentinel, which called him a fiscal conservative and noted his pro-life, tough-on-crime, and pro-welfare reform positions.and chaired the Committees on Correctional Facilities, and Corrections and the Courts.In 1990, at age 22, Walker ran for Milwaukee's 7th District seat in the Wisconsin State Assembly.He won the Republican nomination, but lost in the general election to incumbent Democrat Gwen Moore, receiving less than one-third of the vote.Over the years, he served on a number of other committees, including Health, Census and Redistricting, Financial Institutions, and Housing.
Walker was briefly a candidate for his party's presidential nomination in the 2016 election.
Walker campaigned for Governor of Wisconsin in 2006 and ran again in 2010, defeating Democrat Tom Barrett in the general election.
Shortly after his inauguration in 2011, Walker introduced a budget plan which limited the collective bargaining of most Wisconsin public employees.
The response to Walker's policies included protests at the Wisconsin State Capitol and an effort to recall Walker.
In the 2012 recall election, Walker again defeated Barrett, becoming the first American governor to survive a recall effort.