Skip to comments.Live thread: Wisconsin Supreme Court election - Prosser vs Kloppenburg
Posted on 04/05/2011 4:56:48 PM PDT by Jean SEdited on 04/05/2011 8:26:32 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
This election is important nationally too. If Kloppenburg is elected the Wisconsin mandate by the electorate in 2010 in this state will be negated by the WI Supreme Court and the unions will have won.
I live in a hardcore conservative area and discovered today that my Prosser yardsign was mutilated and thrown into one of my plantings.
Pray for Wisconsin and for Prosser's election!
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VOTES BY COUNTY
Yep! Best time of boot camp was the rifle range!
Everyone that reads this pray that Prosser wins! Stop the evil SEIU and Obama!
Jean. I heard on FOX News today that if Kloppenburg wins, she doesn't take over until August. Do you know anything about that?
Waiting anxiously for news from your state here in CT. Polls closing soon I hope! Meanwhile, not a word or a picture on the news thus far tonight, I was hoping to see something on turnout. Just thought I’d share that we’re as anxious as you are! Please share all you hear...
Thanks for this thread, I was just wondering if there were any exit polls.
If Prosser wins, Reid and Obama will cave on the budget this week. If Prosser loses, God help us.
Yes, that is accurate.
Voted - Prosser - 4:00 - voter 1048 in Verona, that’s 10 percent turnout in my little suburb of Madistan.
Same. It's not that I think Kloppenburg is really more popular, it's just that I suspect the union folks and college mushheads are more fired up to show up and vote.
We shall see, but I have a feeling we won't like the outcome of this election.
Polls close next hour?
If so, this country is finished.
If she wins she will replace Prosser on August 1.
Thanks for the tread!
Thanks! Hopefully, the court will figure this one out before then.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Photo - Angela Peterson
Voters line up to get ballots before voting Tuesday at Madison Elementary School in Wauwatosa.
The contests for state Supreme Court justice and Milwaukee County executive are officially nonpartisan contests, but both could be heavily influenced by strong feelings about Gov. Scott Walker.
They have to figure out how many votes they need.
I hope to God they don’t vote more than once and are offered things to vote a certain way. A good friend is a retired school teacher and she says they (SEIU) are whining over having to pay health insurance like the rest of us- 80-20 and not 100% tax payer funded. They are fighting over collective bargaining in which bottom line allows bad teachers to continue to teach.
It's only a dollar, it's not like it's worth anything...but one must admit to one's self when the final putsch of the marxist takeover is nigh.
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