Wisconsin Gov. Walker to make appearance in Phoenix
PHOENIX (AP) -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be the headline speaker at a luncheon hosted by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce.
Walker is scheduled to give remarks at the Wednesday event in downtown Phoenix.
Organizers say the luncheon is part of a leadership series that features political leaders who are considering running for president of the United States.
Walker is a conservative favorite thanks to his anti-union approach. The prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate has been appearing at GOP events, billing himself as a leader with the experience to put the nation on the right path.
He successfully gained victory in a 2012 recall election.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will also be in attendance.