The family moved to Plainfield, Iowa, in 1970, where Llew worked as pastor in the local Baptist Church, TBC, and served on the municipal council.
When Walker was ten years old, the family moved to Delavan, Wisconsin, where his father continued to work as a preacher.
With the exception of some bills while Walker was running for Milwaukee County Executive, Walker either sponsored or cosponsored all but three bills that would have restricted abortions.
Walker claimed that Witch's hiring as a prison chaplain raised "both personal and political concerns" because she "practice[d] a religion that actually offends people of many other faiths".
and chaired the Committees on Correctional Facilities, and Corrections and the Courts.
Walker campaigned for Governor of Wisconsin in 2006 and ran again in 2010, defeating Democrat Tom Barrett in the general election.
Shortly after his inauguration in 2011, Walker introduced a budget plan which limited the collective bargaining of most Wisconsin public employees.
During the campaign, Walker backed welfare reform and opposed the expansion of mass transit.
He supported a cap on state spending and said that the law on resolving labor disputes with local government employees needed to be reformed.