Does it mean anything
Governor Scott Walker and his Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch both won on Tuesday in their recall elections. This clearly is a victory for people looking for more sound and fiscal government on the State level, along with out federal spending. Walker winning the first time was a surprise but this was clearly a show of support for the changes he made in regards to their 3.6 billion dollar deficit. Everybody who supported him should be very proud of getting the message out and for the very high turnout. The question is does this mean that Wisconsin could be in play in November?
The exit polling data favored Obama 54% to 42% for Romney, so can Romney make up the difference to put Wisconsin in play? If the numbers are correct it would certainly be an uphill climb for Romney but there still five months until the election. To all the whiners about how much money came from outside Wisconsin, get over it. Do you have any idea how much more Obama is going to spend than Romney? It is their money, don’t they get to decide where they spend it or does that only apply to Democrats?
Congrats to all in Wisconsin, even those who voted for Barrett for you won even though you don’t know it.