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Bob Stefanowski, the busi­ness­man from Madi­son who skipped the con­ven­tion to pe­ti­tion his way onto the Au­gust pri­mary bal­lot, has picked up en­dorse­ments from two fallen Repub­li­can can­di­dates for gov­er­nor.

David Walker, who served as Comptroller Gen­eral of the United States and failed to gar­ner del­e­gate sup­port at the state Repub­li­can con­ven­tion, is the lat­est to back Stefanowski, who is fund­ing his own cam­paign.

“Bob is a for­mer prac­tic­ing Cer­ti­fied Pub­lic Accountant and a po­lit­i­cal out­sider who has ex­ten­sive ex­ec­u­tive ex­pe­ri­ence in large and com­plex or­ga­ni­za­tions,” Walker said in a state­ment.

Stefanowski also picked up an en­dorse­ment this week from Peter Lu­maj, the Fair­field im­mi­gra­tion lawyer who mar­keted him­self as the most con­ser­va­tive can- di­date in the field but also failed to drum up enough del­e­gate sup­port to make it to the pri­mary bal­lot.

— kkras­selt@hearst­medi­

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