ST. LOUIS, MO (WTAQ) - Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker tells members of the National Rifle Association he sees the recall election he is facing as a referendum on what he calls big government. The NRA is holding its annual convention in St. Louis. Walker is seen as a rising star in conservative politics and the crowd of more than one thousand gave him several standing ovations. He acknowledged he has become a polarizing figure. He says the size of government is being fought in statehouses all around the country and in Washington, but nowhere more prominently than in Wisconsin.
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