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Scott Walker: Obama Has Advantage Over Mitt Romney In Wisconsin Leading Up To 2012 Election

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Mitt Romney will “do very well” in Wisconsin if he wins the Republican presidential nomination, Governor Scott Walker said, although President Barack Obama has the edge heading into the November election.

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