Scott Walker has changed things in American politics. He’s broken new ground and set conservative trends. He ran the shortest presidential campaign on record: only 70 days.
Since 2012, the shortest campaign had been 81 days, set by Thad McCotter. Scott Walker broke that record this year when he ended his campaign after only 70 days. The Koch brothers’ pick did not last long.
See how Scott Walker’s campaign stacks up compared to other short-lived campaigns in this chart from the Wall Street Journal.
For more on this, read the article from the Wall Street Journal titled: “Rubio Benefits From Walker Exit.”