Tweety ~from ressaure~
(from Flikr.com with Thanks)
According to Tom Curry, National Affairs writer for MSNBC.com :
Democrats failed Tuesday in their effort to gain control of the Wisconsin state senate as Republican incumbents won four of six recall elections
The outcome was a big setback for Democrats, organized labor, and progressive groups who’d sought retribution against six GOP allies of Gov. Scott Walker who earlier this year enacted a labor law overhaul that ended collective bargaining rights for many public sector workers.
The recall elections attracted millions of dollars of investment from both liberals and conservatives across the nation.
Most at risk as voting started Tuesday appeared to be three Republicans, Alberta Darling, Randy Hopper and Dan Kapanke, all of whom had barely won their races in 2008.
Kapanke and Hopper lost, but Darling won with 54 percent with most of the precincts counted, partly due to her outperforming her 2008 majority in heavily Republican Waukesha County.
Guess that about covers it. Can’t think of one single thing worth adding.