Skip to comments.Live Thread: Wisconsin Senate Recalls - Six Republican Seats at Risk
Posted on 08/09/2011 5:04:12 PM PDT by Jean SEdited on 08/09/2011 6:37:54 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
WISCONSIN SENATE RECALL ELECTIONS BY DISTRICT:
SENATE DISTRICT 2:
Republican incumbent: Senator Robert Cowles of Allouez. First elected to state Senate in April 1987 special election.
Democratic challenger: Nancy Nusbaum of De Pere, a former mayor of De Pere and Brown County executive.
SENATE DISTRICT 8:
Republican incumbent: Senator Alberta Darling of River Hills. First elected to the Senate in 1992.
Democratic challenger: Representative Sandy Pasch of Whitefish Bay. Elected to Assembly in 2008, reelected
SENATE DISTRICT 10:
Republican incumbent: Senator Sheila Harsdorf of River Falls. First elected to Senate in 2000.
Democratic challenger: Shelly Moore, a teacher from River Falls who has also served as teachers' union organizer.
SENATE DISTRICT 14:
Republican incumbent: Senator Luther Olsen of Ripon. First elected to Senate in 2004. Served in Assembly 1994 to 2004.
Democratic challenger: Representative Fred Clark of Baraboo. Elected to Assembly in 2008, reelected 2010.
SENATE DISTRICT 18:
Republican incumbent: Senator Randy Hopper of Fond du Lac. Elected to Senate in 2008 by 163 votes over Jessica King.
Democratic challenger: Jessica King, an attorney in private practice from Oshkosh, born and raised in Fond du Lac.
SENATE DISTRICT 32:
Republican incumbent: Senator Dan Kapanke of La Crosse, First elected to Senate in 2004.
Democratic challenger: Representative Jennifer Shilling of La Crosse. Elected to Assembly since 2000.
AP results link
“Wasnt Hopper the one with messy home life issues?”
Yes it was. And unfortunately in a very close race like his, it could make the difference between a W or an L.
If Darling and Hopper can win, the Union leaders will be doing alot of drinking tonight.
I’m going to bed. This is as unnerving as the Prosser/Kloppy race.
Any idea on Hopper?
4000 vote victory in Germantown was just posted.
They do that anyway.
Perhaps I understated it...
Just a few precincts left...those should trend against him.
4-2 GOP ends up holding likely.
Hopper should have stepped down and let another Republican run for him, we don’t need that kind of garbage in the GOP.
Was that for Darling? I just checked AP again, and that race looks a lot closer than it did a few minutes ago.
I just hope his actions didn't cost us the Senate.
Same thing I see on AP and JS, Darling down by 2%.
Dunno why I am not showing these numbers that say Darling is ahead.
What a bastard!!
I’m not sure if I really want him to win now. Maybe he should just go home, repent, and fix his marriage.
Charlie Sykes Twitter feed.
JS is dragging.
It's interesting, Powerline got really pessimistic about Darling, but given the way Prosser took Waukesha County and the reasonable assumptions about Milwaukee suburbs, you could see this tightening up bigtime.
No sleep until Darling declared winner, and I am on the east coast.
Even at 17-16 GOP majority, we make it back to 18-15 next week.
Quite a vindication for Walker and defeat for unions.
Bret Baier just retweeted Moulitsas, who claims that the AP numbers haven’t been completely updated yet.
LOL. I’m waiting to go to sleep until they call it for Darling too. Hope they do it soon as I took a Tylenol PM an hour ago and it’s starting to hit
I’ll defer to you; nothing changing on the JS site.
How do you know the election will go republican next week?
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