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Tuesday night

I'm sure you've heard: Tuesday night we got some bad news. Progressives worked so hard over the past year to shine a light on Scott Walker’s record and hold him accountable, yet we didn’t get the outcome we needed.
 
But this is not an end, it’s just another beginning. Despite GOP voter suppression efforts, it looks like Democrats took back the Wisconsin State Senate. John Lehman defeated Republican Van Wanggaard and gave Democrats a one seat majority in the Senate, a way to block Scott Walker’s dangerous agenda.

Wisconsin Senate Recall Election 7/19/11

It's Not Nice to Gloat, But So What?

I don't really have an extensive post to write about this (I'll save that for fellow Arizonan Craig McDermott), but I'd like to gloat for a bit on the ongoing success of the Russell Pearce recall campaign.

Quick update from Arizona: Recall of Senate President proceeding

Well, it hasn't received as much publicity as the Wisconsin recalls, but the organizers of the recall petition drive against Republican Russell Pearce, the president of the Arizona State Senate submitted four crates of petitions to the Arizona Secretary of State last week.

Wisconsin update: Recalls, hypocrisy & Badger solidarity

The effect Wisconsin is having across the nation: We're all Badgers now. via The Motley Cow

What's that you say? Walker supported recalls before he opposed them?

That's right, there's too much at stake and I'll take my lunch bento-style, thank you.

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