"I talked about that in my book, Tom Barrett tried to do that. He spent a month using the War on Women very ineffectively because voters in our state ... I find it insulting that you think that voters just care about one or two issues," Walker said. "But I find that the women as well as the men I talk to in my state, what they want to know was I going to continue to move forward with reforms that will help get our budget balanced, lower our debts, improve our economy, improve our schools, improve higher education."
In a number of recent elections, Democrats have attacked Republican opponents on issues like abortion and health care. Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe (D) repeatedly hit Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) on women's issues in the recent Virginia gubernatorial election.
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