BOB PERRY. Texas tycoon "Billionaire Bob" Perry fueled Gov. Walker's campaign coffers with two checks totaling $500,000. Not one to shy away from fueling controversy, Perry is infamous for funding the sleazy "Swift Boat" ads in 2004, which won George W. Bush a second term in office.
REX SINQUEFIELD. Missouri billionaire Rex Sinquefield handed Gov. Scott Walker $50,000 in December 2012. Like Gov. Walker, Sinquefield is on a mission to dismantle public education.He came under heavy criticism after linking public education to the Ku Klux Klan.
SHELDON ADELSON. Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson dealt Gov. Scott Walker $250,000 on March 30. In 2012 "Adelson told Forbes Magazine that as long very wealthy people could buy elections, "I’m going to do it."
JOE RICKETTS. Ranked one of the 400 wealthiest Americans, billionaire Joe Ricketts showed Gov. Scott Walker the money with $100,000 check. Ricketts was initially tied to a "racially provocative, $ 10 million anti-Obama ad campaign."
FOSTER FRIESS. Wyoming billionaire Foster Friess gave $100,000 to Gov. Walker before he went on TV and said: “You know, back in my days, they’d use Bayer aspirin for contraceptives... The gals put it between their knees, and it wasn’t that costly.” His radical ideology fits well with of the War on Women Gov. Walker started in Wisconsin.
BRUCE KOVNER. New York Big Business billionaire Bruce Kovner donated $190,000 to Gov. Scott Walker's campaign in January 2012. Named the "patron saint of the neoconservatives" and " the most powerful New Yorker you’ve never heard of" his close acquaintances include Dick Cheney.
JOHN CHILDS. Nicknamed "the Republican ATM," Massachusetts billionaire John W. Childs deposited $100,000 to Gov. Scott Walker's campaign account. In 2003 Mr. Childs admitted to violating campaign finance rules during the 2002 Mass. gubernatorial race. Childs spent $ 25,000 on radio advertisements supporting the candidacy of eventual winner Mitt Romney.
Since becoming governor, Gov. Scott Walker has raked in millions of dollars in political campaign donations from millionaires and billionaires across the nation. So who exactly IS buying Gov. Scott Walker?