HARTLAND, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Scott Walker says he has no interest in higher office and there's no job he wants more than to remain governor of Wisconsin.
Walker said in an Associated Press interview on Thursday that he remains focused on winning the June 5 recall and even if he doesn't retain his job he doesn't want to seek higher office.
Walker continues to refuse to say who he voted for in the Republican presidential primary last month.
Walker says Republicans are united in helping him win the recall and he doesn't want to create division by talking about who got his vote. But he says, "Most people wouldn't be shocked by who I voted for."
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