HARTFORD, Conn. – David Walker, the former U.S. comptroller general, has served in government and the private sector for 40 years, but he never ran for elected office until now.
He was told before getting into politics that it was “superficial” and “ethically challenged,” but he didn’t realize how much so before getting into the race for lieutenant governor.
“I’ve never done it before. I may not ever do it again,” Walker joked Monday after a Hartford Rotary Club meeting.
That being said, Walker, a Republican, said he’s really enjoyed the campaign. He said he likes meeting new people and he enjoys talking about the issues.
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