The Democrat's latest TV ad focuses on Walker's promise to add 250,000 jobs in his first term.
The rulings in three major cases are due on Thursday.
The ad focuses on an award the state Commerce Dept. gave a company in 2006.
During a hearing Friday, Waukesha County Circuit Judge Donald Hassin scheduled a status conference for Oct. 23 and a jury trial for Oct. 28.
The bill would create 2,000 residency positions over 5 years at VA hospitals.
The GAB can still file its own separate legal brief in the case.
Ismael Ozanne is one of three Democrats vying for the position.
The proposal calls for food stamps, cash welfare, housing subsidies and other programs to be merged.
The advocate would work with local prosecutors to protect seniors from fraud and abuse.
The latest poll released Wednesday shows 56 percent of voters support repealing the state's constitutional ban on gay marriages.