Mitt Romney has a chance of winning Wisconsin in November's presidential election, Gov. Scott Walker said on CBS' Face the Nation Sunday in the wake of his victory in the state's recall election last week.
“Romney’s got a shot if the ‘R’ next to his name doesn’t just stand for Republican, it stands for reformer, if he shows my state and he shows Americans that he’s got a plan to take on those reforms, said Walker. It's definitely in play.
He said Romney would have to offer more than a referendum on Barack Obama and attract swing voters.
Wisconsin last went Republican in 1984, during Ronald Reagan's landslide victory over Walter Mondale.