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How to stop Scott Walker’s $400,000 recall campaign with a simple video

Scott Walker is trying to win over the public with a video that will convince Americans that he is doing the right thing.

The Wisconsin governor, who has spent much of his first two weeks in office promising to clean up the state’s mess, wants to tell voters that he’s the one standing up for workers and their families.

In the video, Walker shows his handiwork on a vehicle.

“Today, I’ve taken on a task that will change lives,” he says in the clip.

Watch the video above.

The governor’s campaign released the video on Tuesday night.

Walker has repeatedly said he has no intention of resigning, but it is not clear if he will be forced to.

As Walker has said in the video that his campaign is “trying to get this out to the people that he has the highest respect for,” he has made some of his harshest criticisms about union organizers and protesters.

In the video released Tuesday night, Walker repeatedly refers to “union thugs” and “union activists.”

In response to criticism that he doesn’t want to “go out and make a big deal” about union activity, Walker said, “I’m not going to do that.

I’m going to stay focused on doing the things that I have to do to do my job.”

“I’m going in there, I’m not leaving, I’ll do what I have been doing for the past four years,” he said.

“And I’m doing it the right way, and we’re going to have a great, great time in the general election.”

The campaign also released an advertisement, called “I Have to Work,” featuring a series of clips from Walker’s first week in office.

It features clips of workers rallying outside the Wisconsin Capitol to push for a $15 minimum wage, including a woman who describes her struggle to get her children to school.

The ad also features an African American woman who says Walker “is not the leader he’s made out to be.”