In his Bloomberg column, Ramesh Ponnuru doesn't think much of Scott Walker's presidential prospects even if he is re-elected tonight:
For one thing, Walker's struggle raises the question of whether a politician can make a credible run for the presidency after barely winning over his own state's voters. The last two presidents each won their states convincingly before they ran. George W. Bush won 68 percent of the vote to be re-elected governor of Texas in 1998, and Barack Obama won 70 percent of the vote in Illinois to become a senator in 2004.
Meanwhile, over at Commentary, Seth Mandel doesn't buy Ponnuru's argument: