This is great news from the Wisconsin Dems.
Wisconsin Democrats now say they have more than enough signatures to launch a recall of Republican state Sen. Dan Kapanke, in the battle over Gov. Scott Walker's (R) new law curtailing public employee unions. They are filing the petitions today -- less than halfway through the 60-day window for gathering the signatures.
The La Crosse Tribune reports:
Recall organizer Pat Scheller said volunteers have gathered more than the 15,588 signatures needed and that they plan to take them to Madison after a noon rally today at La Crosse City Hall.
It is expected to be the first completed of 19 active recall efforts registered between Feb. 24 and March 2 against 16 senators.
Wis. Dems To File First Recall Petitions Against GOP State Sen. Dan Kapanke | TPMDC