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Topic - Robert Cowles
Voters in Wisconsin went to the polls Tuesday in a recall election for Republican-held seats that could shift the power balance in the state Senate.
Five months after an epic showdown over taxes, spending and union rights that paralyzed the capital and transfixed the country, Wisconsin voters could tip the state's political balance of power as six Republican lawmakers battle to keep their jobs in recall votes Tuesday.
The Wisconsin elections board ruled Tuesday that three more Republican state senators will have to face recall elections in coming weeks.