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“The overwhelming evidence clearly shows a pervasive pattern of election fraud committed by the shady out-of-state organization hired by Republicans to collect recall petitions,” Senate Majority Leader Mark Miller, D-Monona, said in a statement. “Thousands of Wisconsin citizens fell victim to lies and misinformation spread by the circulators, and the papers submitted by this operation contain a river of omissions and wrong information.”
5/4 Click title above to see full article! This should help the "recall" junkie - I find it incredibly clarifying!
Assembly result means a fight for GOP senator - Seat won by Democrat is 1 of 3 in Kapanke's district - By Patrick Marley of the Journal Sentinel - May 4, 2011
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Kapanke is one of nine senators - six Republicans and three Democrats - who are under threat of recall.
Two more candidates emerged Wednesday to run against incumbents. Rep. Sandy Pasch (D-Whitefish Bay) plans to run against Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) and will formally announce that this week, sources said.
Pasch could not be reached for comment. Former Rep. Sheldon Wasserman, who unsuccessfully ran against Darling in 2008, has considered running. On Wednesday, he wouldn't say if he'd run or not, but he said he and Pasch would both talk at a news conference Friday in Whitefish Bay, which is her hometown.
Meanwhile, in the race against Sen. Jim Holperin (D-Conover), recall organizer Kim Simac released a statement saying she'd run against Holperin.