Outgoing Governor Scott Walker is not ruling out a future run for office or possibly his old job in four years.
The Republican governor lost his bid for a third term to Democrat Governor-elect Tony Evers. Walker told the Associated Press Friday he would not rule out a future campaign either for governor again or U-S Senate in four years. That's when Republican Senator Ron Johnson's term ends. The G-O-P incumbent pledged to serve two terms in the U-S Senate. The lame duck session bills signed into law by Governor Walker were not very popular among Wisconsin residents.