Before he dropped out of the Republican race for president, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker got money and advice from Julian H. Gingold, a wealth manager based in New York and a Walker “bundler,” who contributed the maximum amount allowed under federal law to the campaign and then solicited donations from friends.
Before he dropped out of the Republican race for president, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker got money and advice from Julian H. Gingold, a wealth manager based in New York and a Walker “bundler,” who contributed the maximum amount allowed under federal law to the campaign and then solicited donations from friends. File photo by MORRY GASH The Associated Press
Before he dropped out of the Republican race for president, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker got money and advice from Julian H. Gingold, a wealth manager based in New York and a Walker “bundler,” who contributed the maximum amount allowed under federal law to the campaign and then solicited donations from friends. File photo by MORRY GASH The Associated Press

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