Updated: Jun 19, 2012 3:41 PM
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker says he thought Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave a clearly focused speech during a campaign stop in Janesville on Monday.
Walker said Tuesday that Romney was focused on talking about jobs and that is a winning message for him in the presidential race. Walker says if he talks a lot about jobs, Romney will do well.
Walker appeared with Romney during the campaign stop at the Monterey Mills factory. The stop was part of Romney's five-day bus tour that took him to smaller towns in mostly battleground states.
Walker says the bus tour was good for Romney and provided him with campaign situations he likes.
Romney predicted in the Janesville stop that he would win Wisconsin.
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