Superior will be one of the centers of the Wisconsin effort to recall Gov. Walker

Critics of Gov. Scott Walker are looking forward to November 15th, with is the day they can begin circulating recall petitions. The group People First is opening a Superior office to coordinate the regional effort. This week they'll begin training volunteers in how to collect petitions.
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Critics of Gov. Scott Walker are looking forward to November 15th, with is the day they can begin circulating recall petitions. The group People First is opening a Superior office to coordinate the regional effort. This week they'll begin training volunteers in how to collect petitions.

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