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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker could appeal to both social and fiscal conservatives, making him a candidate to "fear" in the Iowa Caucuses, progressives warn.
Our sister Patch in West Des Moines, Iowa, reports that a Scott Walker “Truth Squad” plans to rally ahead of Wisconsin governor’s appearance before Republican activists.
Speculation aside, Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist lays out his argument for Gov. Scott Walker being a top-tier candidate for Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Incumbent Village President Ron Coutts loses his seat to Bob Bradley. Two incumbents on the Village Board—Jim Dobbs and Kevin Wanggaard—keep their seats. And David Prott returns to the Village Board after having been gone for a few years.
In order to spend $49 million of taxpayers' money, Racine, Kenosha and Walworth counties would have had to have a majority of voters approve the referendum Tuesday. But that didn't happen.
Wondering how the village voted in regional and statewide elections? We've got the Caledonia breakdown for you right here.
Incumbent candidates Julie McKenna, Christopher Eperjesy and newcomer Michael Frontier are the three top vote-getters and will take seats on the Racine Unified School Board.
Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
From knowing who's on the ballot to what they stand for and where to cast a ballot, Patch has everything voters need to know before heading to the polls.
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