Wisconsin recall election
President Barack Obama says he doesn’t expect broad political repercussions from Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s success holding on to his office. He adds, however, that he would have “loved to see a different result.”
President Barack Obama’s presidential campaign says the outcome of the Wisconsin recall election isn’t what it had been hoping for.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s recall victory in Wisconsin sets the stage for what’s now expected to be a hard-fought presidential battle for this Midwestern state.
Following a brief but bruising campaign, both sides of the recall election targeting Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker are prepared for a razor-thin margin Tuesday as the Republican tries to become the first U.S. governor to successfully fend off a recall effort.
Former President Bill Clinton urged Wisconsin Democrats to vote against Gov. Scott Walker in Tuesday’s recall election, saying the Republican has governed without compromise or honest negotiation.
Former President Bill Clinton is looking to fire up Democrats on Friday in Milwaukee, just four days before the recall election targeting Republican Gov. Scott Walker.