With the recall election win in Wisconsin for Republican Gov. Scott Walker, all the union bosses who worked tirelessly to remove him may well have to temporarily suspend collecting union dues from their members and instead begin the arduous task of collecting their condolences ("Wisconsin recall: Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch crush the unions again," Web, Tuesday).
Wisconsin gave Gov. Scott Walker a renewed lease Tuesday, voting to keep the Republican in office in a recall election that amounted to an embrace of his union-busting, government-trimming agenda in this traditionally Democratic-leaning state.
Don't get poll fatigue just yet: The Republican presidential primary season stretches ahead with eight more primaries until the big finale in Utah on June 26. In the more immediate future, the District of Columbia, Maryland and Wisconsin are next at bat, on Tuesday.
Slightly more Wisconsin voters approve than disapprove of the job Republican Gov. Scott Walker is doing as he prepares for an expected recall election, according to a poll released Wednesday.
Wisconsin Democrats express growing confidence that they will produce enough signatures by Tuesday's deadline to force a recall vote on Republican Gov. Scott Walker, but Mr. Walker's fate — and the ultimate outcome of the state's bare-knuckled political brawl — remain very much in doubt.
Organizers of an effort to kick Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker out of office said Thursday that they have collected nearly enough signatures to force a recall election next year.
Political foes hoping to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker over his moves to significantly curb union rights in Wisconsin planned a late-night rally and early-morning pajama parties to officially kick off the effort.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who forced public workers to pay more for their pensions as part of a push to curb union rights, broke his campaign promise to pay the full cost of his state pension immediately after taking office in January.
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