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August 18, 2011


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Looks like Wisconsinites still deserve Scott Walker...

Dustin Ingalls

Were not likely to do it again that soon, but well be checking in every few months, Im sure.

The Interesting Times

It would appear that the strength and/or staying power of the backlash against the GOP in Wisconsin has been overstated.

Pat H

As you said, the past two Wisconsin polls have been done at the height of something, one being done after Osama died, and now with Obama tanking. I think Wisconsin would be a good state to check up on around a month from now. Just my thought. Thank you!

Terry Ott

I think its entirely possible that another candidate will emerge on the GOP side, probably later than sooner, Ron Johnson-style.Johnson has shown potential candidates that you dont HAVE to spend a lot of time in the out months as long as you come into view loaded for bear and with a clear message, which is: End the model of electing (actual or aspiring) career politician types who come into the race with long-ago-formed allegiances and some level of satisfaction with the status quo. Seems to me that Wisconsinites are fed up with business as usual, and the party that puts forth a candidate viewed as a refreshing change will win the seat.

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