Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The Center for Media Democracy contacted Governor Scott Walker and the four candidates who have filed to run in the recall election against him. We asked them all to comment on the influence of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) on the state of Wisconsin and what they might do about it as governor.
Three Democrats and one Independent have announced that they are running against Governor Walker; a primary is likely May 8. There is speculation that other candidates may still announce their intentions to run. The general election is expected to be June 5.
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Facing recall, Sen. Galloway retires from state Senate
MARY SPICUZZA | Wisconsin State Journal | email@example.com | 608-252-6122 | @MSpicuzzaWSJ madison.com | (134) Comments | Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 4:30 pm"Galloway is one of four GOP senators now facing recall elections. Her departure leaves the Legislature evenly split 16-16. It comes at the end of the legislative session, but it will change the makeup of committees, including ones that continue to be active when the Legislature is out of session. Fitzgerald said he plans to meet with Miller, D-Monona, on Tuesday to discuss changes.
A year ago, Republicans held a 19-14 majority in the Senate, but that narrowed to 17-16 in August after Democrats ousted two GOP incumbents in recall elections. Republicans lose majority of that house with Galloway's departure." Read More Here | Galloway retires from state Senate