Wisconsin recall election: Why voters can't wait for it to end
The Wisconsin recall election is leaving many voters with a bitter taste, regardless of whom they supported. They see their state as tarnished, taxpayers' money as wasted, or divides as deepened. By Mark Guarino, Staff writer / June 5, 2012 Wisconsin
Eighteen months of acrimony that made Wisconsin a national political battleground climaxed on Tuesday as voters lined up from dawn to cast ballots in the recall election. Polling centres across the state reported lines of
How to find your polling place: Go to https://vpa.wi.gov and follow the instructions. » To see a sample ballot: Go to www.co.brown.wi.us, click "Quick Links" (lower right), scroll down and select "Election Information." » If you recently registered by
After more than a year in the national spotlight, Wisconsin votes Tuesday on whether to recall its Republican governor, Scott Walker. Polls show.
Few DFL students were from Wisconsin, but all said they felt the reach of the recall election extended beyond state lines. In a brief speech before volunteers boarded the two coach buses from St. Paul, DFL Party Chair Ken Martin said, “We cannot allow