Super PAC formed to help Gov. Walker

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Scott Walker’s likely campaign for the White House is getting a boost from some former staffers, who have set up a political group able to raise and spend unlimited amounts of money.

Two former campaign managers for the Wisconsin governor said Thursday they have formed a super PAC to support Walker.

The move comes after three other Republicans have already officially announced their plans to run for president.

Walker is sticking by his timeline not to announce his decision on whether to run until after he signs the state budget into law, likely in June.

Walker in January formed a committee that allows him to raise unlimited amounts. But unlike the super PAC, that group can only spend money to talk about issues and not specifically advocate for Walker.