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Gov. Walker recall officially on in Wisconsin
What will surely be one of the most watched political contests in the country has just started next door. Wisconsin's Republican governor, Scott Walker, is facing a historic recall after more than a year of high-profile protests. So what happens next? Talking Points Memo explains the process, while the Los Angeles Times explores what this means for the presidential race and the larger political climate.
Organizers behind Wisconsin governor recall say they collected one million signatures
Recall supporters in Wisconsin say they are submitting one million signatures, which is nearly twice the number needed to trigger a recall election. The state elections board must verify the signatures, which could take months. Democrats are still searching for a candidate to run against Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
Analysis: Walker wins in Wisconsin
Gov. Scott Walker survived a highly contentious recall election in Wisconsin on Tuesday, defeating Democrat and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. What did the result say about Walker, his stand against public employee unions, big money vs. grassroots campaigning and what's next for the two parties?
Wisconsin recall campaign enters final stretch
Volunteers for Republican Governor Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett were out in force and media ads are making their final pleas in the Wisconsin recall election. Voters head to the polls Tuesday. Gov. Walker told volunteers in Hudson he’s depending on them to move the state forward. Democratic challenger Barrett told a crowd in Superior Walker has sparked an ideological civil war that Barrett wants to end.
Gubernatorial rematch set for Wisconsin recall election
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett won the Democratic primary Tuesday to run against Republican Gov. Scott Walker for the second time in less than two years. The general election is June 5.
Wisconsin re-elects Scott Walker to finish first term
Republican Governor Scott Walker emerged as the winner in Wisconsin's recall election. Walker defeated his Democratic challenger, Tom Barrett, for the second time in less than two years. The result seems to vindicate Walker's move last year to strip the collective bargaining rights of most public employee unions.
Beer and brat summit in Wisconsin a good 'first step'
After surviving a nasty recall election, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tried to put bitter partisan fighting behind him and state lawmakers on Tuesday with a picnic at the governor's mansion. About 98 of the state's 132 lawmakers – 60 Republicans, 37 Democrats and one independent – attended. There were friendly conversations -- and one hug.
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