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Here are the latest updates from the campaign trail in the upcoming recall elections.
Embattled official tells Waukesha Freeman "it's time to close the door on this chapter of my life."
Kathleen Falk leads the way in fundraising with $1 million, while Barrett trails not far behind with $750,000 raised. However, Gov. Scott Walker reported $12 million in the campaign account in January, but has been fundraising around the country since.
After reading to about 20 preschoolers in Hudson on Thursday, Gov. Scott Walker spoke to the local media about education, the upcoming recall elections and the War on Women.
With Kathleen Falk going on the offensive against leading Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett, Dave Obey calls for a cease-fire.
With a recall election around the corner, Democrats are quick to label Gov. Scott Walker's administration a failure, while the Republican governor's camp claims most job losses occurred in Milwaukee under Mayor Tom Barrett's watch.
Government Accountability Board approves election night procedures that will require municipal clerks in Waukesha County to upload unofficial results directly to the state system.
The major candidates looking to replace Gov. Scott Walker in the upcoming recall election gave their take on some of the issues facing the state at a Monday night forum in Racine.
Patch blogged live Monday night from a candidates forum featuring six of the candidates running in Wisconsin's gubernatorial recall elections.
Scott Walker talks about the choice Wisconsin faces during the upcoming recall election.
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