Gov. Walker campaigns in Eau Claire Sunday

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- We are just nine days away from the Midterm Election, and candidates are making their final pushes with campaign stops around the state.

Sunday, Governor Walker stopped at the Republican office in Eau Claire to meet with supporters.

Walker spoke to the crowd about his plan to keep Wisconsin working for generations to come.

He also talked about his plans for healthcare, which include lowering premiums and increasing choices, especially in rural areas.

"Pre-existing conditions are already covered in the state of Wisconsin, they will be always covered as long as I am governor and it's personal, my wife is a diabetic, my mother is a breast cancer survivor, my brother has a heart condition like a lot of families in this state covering people with pre-exisiting conditions is important to me," said Governor Walker.

Meanwhile a response from the Democratic Party of Wisconsin says, "With only days left in the campaign, Scott Walker is desperately trying to run from his terrible record on health care. Walker is still suing to gut protections for 2.4 million Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions. It's time for a change."