Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker became the second Republican candidate to abandon presidential ambitions when he announced last week that he was “suspending my presidential campaign.”
Walker decided to end his campaign after witnessing a sharp fall in poll numbers following the September 16 republican candidates debate.
Former Texas governor Rick Perry, had previously dropped out the race. In announcing the end of his bid for the presidency,Walker urged other candidates to consider a similar move “to ensure that a candidate with real conservative credentials will emerge in place of current runner.”
Walker’s campaign had been affected by plummeting poll numbers, and lack of funding following his poor performance during the debate,