Polls opened Tuesday morning in Wisconsin’s special recall election, where voters will decide whether incumbent GOP Gov. Scott Walker will remain in office or be replaced by Democratic Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
New York union members are campaigning for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s Democratic challenger Tom Barrett in Milwaukee, the New York Post reports.
Speaking at two rallies Sunday and Monday, Rev. Jesse Jackson compared Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker to segregationist Alabama governor George Wallace and said Walker is perpetuating segregation in Milwaukee.
Rep. Gwen Moore (D., Wis.) got down with her bad self at a Friday rally in Milwaukee, singing and dancing to the tune of “Hit The Road Jack” in front of a crowd of thousands.
Turnout will be the key to Wisconsin’s gubernatorial recall election on Tuesday—and polls and early voting suggest Republican Gov. Scott Walker holds an edge over Democratic Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Democrat Mahlon Mitchell, who is challenging incumbent Wisconsin GOP Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch in Tuesday’s special recall election, recently told Jeremy Segal of the blog Rebel Pundit that he was not engaged in politics before 2008. Mitchell did not vote until 2010, records show.
Left-wing musicians took to the stage Friday in Madison, Wisconsin to rally the union-faithful in the days leading up to the state’s recall election for Gov. Scott Walker.
Former President Bill Clinton took time from his regular schedule of raising money for his foundation to stump for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Democrat opponent in the state’s upcoming recall election.