Gov. Scott Walker and his conservative allies have spent nearly $17 million to boost his candidacy in Wisconsin's looming recall election. What have they got to show for it?
Nothing, according to a new Marquette University Law School poll.
Despite all the TV ads attacking Democrat Tom Barrett and touting Walker's supposedly job-centric agenda in Wisconsin, all the mailers, websites, and other campaign messaging, Walker trails Barrett by a single percentage point, 47-46, in the new Marquette poll.
The Wisconsin Democratic Party held a conference call this afternoon, on its own accord, to talk about what it called a "flawed" poll released today by the Marquette Law School. The poll shows Gov. Scott Walker up 7 percentage point... Read Post
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is virtually tied versus his prime Democratic challenger in a June 5 recall election, according to a new poll released Wednesday. A Marquette University Law School poll found that Walker, whose efforts to... Read Post