Wisconsin recall election: Will Scott Walker survive?
|5 giugno 2012||Inserito da under Scott Walker||
The recall election of Gov. Scott Walker is tomorrow and the incumbent governor has benefited from a massive fundraising disparity. The Center for Public Integrity's iWatch News reports that Walker has outraised Democrat
Scott Walker is clinging to a tiny lead over his Democratic opponent, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, heading into Tuesday's vote. And the number of undecided voters has dwindled to almost zero, strategists in both parties say, meaning that the only
Scott Walker. The first-term Republican was back on the ballot just 17 months after his election. Enraged Democrats and labor activists gathered more than 900000 signatures in support of the recall after they failed to stop Walker and his GOP allies in
By Armstrong Williams – 06/05/12 12:11 PM ET If Scott Walker loses, Americans have implicitly decided that we should adopt a Western European socialist style of parliamentary democracy. Under our system, recall elections are intended for public
Barrett said he thinks the recall race against Republican Gov. Scott Walker is now a dead heat. An exuberant Barrett spoke to about 100 of his volunteers in Portage in one of several stops he made on the final day of campaigning before the recall vote.