By DOUGLAS BELKIN
Wisconsin Democrats handed in one million signatures on Tuesday calling for the recall of GOP Gov. Scott Walker, but Republicans have succeeded in delaying any election, likely improving the governor's chances of surviving the bruising and widely publicized battle.Republicans recently won a court order requiring the Government Accountability Board, which is responsible for counting signatures, to check for duplicate and fake signatures. Board officials said they will accomplish that by entering each name into a database. That painstaking process will put off the election at least until late spring.The election could be further delayed by legal challenges fueled by a separate examination of signatures the Walker camp has pledged to conduct.