WASHINGTON D.C. (WTAQ) - Governor Scott Walker has joined the list of speakers at the nation’s top annual conservative gathering.
Walker has been placed on the agenda for the Conservative Political Action Conference to be held March 14th through 16th just outside of Washington.
CNN calls it a “popular cattle call for Republicans considering bids for the White House.” And so far, there are at least two speakers who’ve been mentioned as possible White House candidates for 2016 – House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Janesville, and U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Ryan – the GOP vice-presidential candidate last year – has been named as a featured speaker for the conservative conference. Rand Paul is the son of former Texas Congressman and White House candidate Ron Paul.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is also on the event’s agenda, along with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.