Skip to comments.KOCH WINS!… Wisconsin Recall Election Results …GOP Holds Districts 2, 10, 14 & 8! Retain Senate!!
Posted on 08/09/2011 9:57:01 PM PDT by Nachum
Six Republican state senators face a recall vote today in Wisconsin. Two senate Fleebaggers face recall elections next week. Democrats need to pick up three seats to gain control of the Wisconsin senate.
By the way, a liberal Chicago donor sent $200,000 to fund the far left recall candidates.
The turnout was heavy today.
JS Online has election results.
The AP also has election results
UPDATE: Its unlikely that democrats will win District 2 or District 10. The Republicans are too far ahead with nearly half the precincts reporting.
State Senate District 2 General August 09, 2011 08:47PM CT Wisconsin 44 of 90 Precincts Reporting 49% Name Party Votes Vote % Cowles , Robert (i) GOP 10,777 57% Nusbaum , Nancy Dem 8,029 43%
State Senate - District 10 General August 09, 2011 08:47PM CT Wisconsin 50 of 114 Precincts Reporting 44% Name Party Votes Vote % Harsdorf , Sheila (i) GOP 14,134 59% Moore , Shelly Dem 9,664 41%
UPDATE: It looks like the GOP will take District 14 too.
State Senate District 14 General August 09, 2011 09:03PM CT Wisconsin 59 of 126 Precincts Reporting 47% Name Party Votes Vote % Olsen , Luther (i) GOP 10,462 55% Clark , Fred Dem 8,562 45%
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Also, adding the total votes of ALL races, I came up with
R ==> 57% D ==> 43%
And the Republicans need to remind WI voters of that every chance they get!!
I am having trouble following the thinking of the thread. Is this a solid hold on the Senate for the GOP or are there recounts and lawsuits in the near future?
A little bit of both, I think.
And the Left now has $30 mil less than they did.
And another election coming next week.
oh, I think a lot of folks are down and out tonight, MSNBC, the dude who put up $200K, the unions that put up $30M, and the Boy President.
I do feel badly for the one R who we know for sure lost. Seems there’s a second that gets an auto recount, and most local media are calling for Darling in the 8th, so a bad night for Ds all around.
Tonight/tomorrow we should all send checks to the R’s who are running in the Dem recall election next week.
Now we recall the Dems.
AP just called the race for Darling. Looks like GOP 4, dems 1, with one to close to call. :)
Love it, just love it. Heard there was a lot of weeping and gnashing of teeth at MSNBC tonight. That just always makes my day.
Now for a twofer next week (I can hope). I read that one of next week’s is favorable, the other not so much, but maybe after today the D’s won’t have the energy and spirit to put up that much of a fight.
The theft shall begin
I love the ha ha boy!
LOL, they stink don’t they? LOSERS!!
Oh, I had to reply again.
This is SUCH a big win for us. It is freaking hugh and series, we have stuned their beebers.
It’s all been doomy and gloomy in the vast right wing blogosphere about this election.
Now I am wondering, was that just scare tactics?
Or do we still continue to believe the MSM and let them scare us?
The left thought they would score a big refudiation here, but they got, basically, bupkis.
Can I borrow a phrase?
Amen! Very grateful, glad for Wisconsin.
Who is the Koch mentioned in the headline? None of the senators were named Koch. Perhaps they are referring to the evil wealthy villains the Koch brothers who really are running America and trying to destroy poor people and unions? LOL.
I am very glad the Dems did not pull this off. Would have been spun into a huge defeat. Losing 2 seats was not good but it was hardly a mandate for the left.
Yes, it was a great night. I’m proud of the GOP in WI, they didn’t have the emotion of the goons, but they still showed up to vote.
Poor Mr. Ed was beside himself. He was there live most of the night, or at least till he figured out the unions lost. I never get enough of him talkin about “the working man” and how much the dems care about him.
I think the only thing that surprised me was the lack of coverage by Fox. :-/
Like Ann Barnhardt says, when the bullet enters their cranium, then they'll know just how much the Marxists "care" about the working man.
Roll Tide, indeed. :)
“Poor Mr. Ed was beside himself. He was there live most of the night,...”
Well, THAT has to be a first ;)