Gov. Walker's presidential campaign debt at $807,000

MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker still owes more than $807,000 in campaign debt from his failed presidential bid that ended nine months ago.

His latest campaign report filed Monday with the Federal Elections Commission shows Walker owes $807,675. That is down about $91,000 from the previous month. His debt stood at $1.2 million at the end of 2015.

Walker ended his 71-day campaign for president in September, after averaging spending $90,000 a day on the effort. He's been slowly paying off his campaign debts since.

Walker's latest filing shows he raised about $127,000 in May.

Walker has deflected any talk of him being a choice for disgruntled Republicans upset with presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump. Walker has endorsed Trump, but was wavering in his support in recent weeks.