Developing: Scott Walker's Campaign Logo Will Contain the Letter 'E'

The Wisconsin governor is expected to reveal more letters soon.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker listens to a speaker at Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart's annual Blue Jean Bash on May 16, 2015 in West Des Moines, Iowa.

Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said on Instagram Thursday that he would unveil his presidential campaign logo piece by piece over the course of nine days.

“It begins,” he tweeted ominously. 

By July 4, it became clear that the logo would contain the phrase “For America.”

Now, Sunday's release shows the logo will contain the letters “E” and “R,” in that order. The “E” appears to be modeled after an abstract American flag. Above the “ER,” there is a vertical line that looks like it could possibly be part of a “T,” though only time will tell.

Walker is set to announce his intentions July 13 near Milwaukee, making him one of the last major Republican figures to join the race (Ohio Governor John Kasich is scheduled to follow on July 21). In the meantime, here is what we know so far about this developing story.

Also on Bloomberg Politics: What That Campaign Logo Is Really Saying: A Design Critique

Fragments of Scott Walker's presidential campaign logo are seen on July 6, 2015.
Fragments of Scott Walker's presidential campaign logo are seen on July 6, 2015.
Source: instagram.com/scottwalker
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