Skip to comments.Wisconsin Could Be a Unique Presidential Battleground This Fall
Posted on 09/11/2012 9:00:24 PM PDT by Be Careful
In the aftermath of the conventions, two trends are conspiring to raise the presidential stakes in Wisconsin: the polling bounce Mitt Romney got in this state after picking Paul Ryan as his running mate, and Romneys struggles elsewhere on the map, which make winning Wisconsin more important than ever to the GOP.
And yes, things are heating up here
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Struggles where? If he is on the verge of taking Wisconsin he isn’t struggling anywhere.
Scott Walker has a strong grass roots organization already in place and Paul Ryan is the native son.
Wisconsin should be competitive.
This is one state where the Romney campaign or the Superpacs should invest in to force Obama to compete.
Maintaining ballot integrity is key. The Wisconsin Democrats have won several statewide races by thin margins in recent memory by means of vote fraud.
“The home of progressivism” is about to abandon the idealogy and they write that Mitt is the one having problems.
Wisconsin is the birthplace of the Republican Party
That was mocking a quote from an Obama campaign speech in 08 he gave in wisconsin
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Sadly I don’t know if WI is winnable, considering that Cook County will go overwhelmingly for Obama.
People often consider Madison as “Wisconsin” thus overlooking that there are millions of us not residing in Madison.
IF, repeat IF a fair election is held and voter fraud is somewhat “controlled”, the Romney/Ryan ticket will prevail. The hard part of “Controlled” will be to keep the Chicago bused in voters away. With all the Chicago teachers on strike, it would be a little extra income for them to drive up to Wisconsin and vote. “Remember good and faithful Demodummies, vote early and vote often”.........
You're thinking Illinois.
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