Despite making statements to the contrary, Governor Walker is once again fueling speculation of a potential White House run.
He was the keynote speaker Thursday night at a Republican fundraising event in Iowa.
The Governor has continuously said he is happy in his current job and is focused on a gubernatorial re-election campaign next year.
Iowa is a key state when it comes to a presidential run.
During Thursday's event, the Governor talked about what Republicans need to do to take the White House in 2016.
Referencing Ronald Reagan, he said during his campaign, he offered more than just criticism of the past.
"I can remember that President Reagan stood for limited government, lower taxes, strong national defense. He wasn't just about saying what was bad about Jimmy Carter, or contrasting that, but saying how he was going to take us forward," said Gov. Walker, R-Wisconsin.
Democrats have another view on all the speculation. Officials with the Wisconsin Democratic Party also talked Thursday about Walker's attention to other states.
"It's an all too familiar move from the Walker playbook, which is running for the next job while ignoring the duties of the job he currently holds," said Mike Tate, chairman of the Wisconsin Democratic Party.
Governor Walker also spoke at the conservative political action conference earlier this year. He's also writing a book about his life and political career.
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