"To me it's real simple. Voters in those three races should ask themselves a simple question -- if they didn't show up for work for three weeks, would they still have a job? I think the answer is simple, they'd all be fired. And voters have to question whether or not they're going to fire the people that didn't show up for work," Walker said.
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"Kenosha was a toss-up. Green Bay Prosser won. Holperin's district Prosser won overwhelmingly by more than 15 points," he said.
So now you know the challenge ... is it real or a faint?