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    [Wisconsin] Recall votes set for May 8 and June 5

    Madison - If primaries are held, voters would go to the polls on June 5 for recall elections involving Gov. Scott Walker, the lieutenant governor and four Republican state senators, under an agreement signed by a judge on Wednesday.

    The agreement also calls for primaries - or a general election in the event there are no primaries - to take place on May 8.
    It's on, folks.

    Article is here.
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    Re: [Wisconsin] Recall votes set for May 8 and June 5

    Great. It's good to know that efforts to stop the recall process were done in vain. It's up to the voters now.

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    Re: [Wisconsin] Recall votes set for May 8 and June 5

    There are so many people that seem to think the recall is a far gone conclusion. I am going to laugh if Walker survives the recall.

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    Re: [Wisconsin] Recall votes set for May 8 and June 5

    Quote Originally Posted by jambalaya View Post
    There are so many people that seem to think the recall is a far gone conclusion. I am going to laugh if Walker survives the recall.
    I have already predicted that Walker will survive the recall. However, at least one Senator will be going down, which will flip the Senate, and stymie any attempts by Walker to further his extremist agenda, not that it was needed. One Republican Senator, Schultz, is now voting against Walker's agenda, and was instrumental in stopping Walker's strip mining bill, despite intense pressure applied to him by the Walker camp.
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