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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker today signed SB 115, moving the Badger state presidential primary to April 3 and back into compliance with national party delegate selection rules.
Walker's statement on the move:
"Holding Wisconsin's presidential primary election on the same day as the routine spring elections will make the administration of our elections more cost efficient-saving valuable taxpayer dollars," Walker said in a release. "I was pleased to sign a bill into law this morning that received support from Republicans, Democrats and the Legislature's one independent member."