Gov. Walker says third term would be his last, wants to "finish the job"

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --Governor Walker said in Milwaukee on Monday that his tenure has been a "three part process."

"That third term, the next four years I'm asking for from the voters of this state allows us to finish the job," Walker said.

He addressed Wisconsin's job crisis in his first term and workforce issues including education in his second term.

"Now that we have more people working in the state than ever before, I want to keep that workforce. I want to make sure that every student graduates, and that every graduate has a game plan for their career and keep every one of our graduates here in the state of Wisconsin. And then we attract new people here," Walker said.

The most recent Marquette University Law School Poll shows Walker trailing Democrat Tony Evers in the Governor's race. 

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