Governor Scott Walker helped welcome the 2013 National School Choice Week whistle-stop train tour to Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Jan. 30. Gov. Walker was joined by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, as well as a host of school choice advocates...Show More Summary
While in Chicago, both Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart are pushing for tougher gun laws, in Milwaukee the mayor and sheriff aren't in agreement on the role of guns in crime and crime fighting. [ more › ]
Milwaukee Country Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett joined Piers Morgan on his show to discuss the sheriff’s...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, a Democrat who lost the Wisconsin gubernatorial recall election to Gov. Scott Walker, said Monday that people must have "political amnesia" if they think they're not "better off" than four years ago. Show More Summary
President Obama has been taking flak from some Democrats who say he should have campaigned with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in Wisconsin's recall election rather than just sending out an encouraging Tweet. In an interview today with WBAY, an ABC TV affiliate in Green Bay, Obama explains that he's too ... More »
The results are in, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has beaten Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in the recall election. That’s in line with pre-election polling, though not the Election Day exit poll. Even before the results came in, we knew...Show More Summary
Here's what things looked like on March 28th, before Barrett declared his candidacy for governor in the recall election: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel helped raise money for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett during a luncheon at the Italian Community Center Wednesday – a strong sign that Barrett will enter a likely recall race against Gov. Show More Summary
After Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) conceded Tuesday night to Gov. Scott Walker (R), an emotional supporter slapped him in the face for conceding hile votes were still being tabulated. "He said the woman actually asked him, 'Can I slap you?'" WISN reporter Terry Sater told Politico. Show More Summary
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says "that's life in the big city," reacting to getting slapped after losing the Wis. governor's race.
Surrounded by dozens of supporters at an evening campaign rally in Madison on May 30, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, the Democratic candidate for governor in Wisconsin’s tumultuous recall election, had something encouraging to tell the crowd: The fact that his opponent, Republican Gov. Scott Walker, was outspending him by more than 7 to 1 was no big deal.
Earlier today I expressed my dismay with the woman who slapped Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett following his concession speech after the Wisconsin Recall vote.To read the rest of this post, please check out The Spectacle Blog.
There’s no way around it: the results of yesterday’s election in Wisconsin suck. In case you haven’t heard, Republican Governor Scott Walker defeated Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett of Milwaukee with 53 percent of the vote in a recall election that put it all on the line. The recall vote was only able to take place through [...]
Scott Walker won last night — and it wasn’t close. Despite crunch-time polling indicating an effective toss-up, the Governor ended up defeating his 2010 challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, by an even larger margin than during that Republican wave election: +5 then, +7 now. Show More Summary
Democrats suffered a significant defeat in Wisconsin last night when Republican Gov. Scott Walker staved off the recall challenge led by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. So it's no surprise that they are now wildly spinning their sole election victory — a largely symbolic one that technically gives them control of the state Senate. Show More Summary
The AFL-CIO was heavily involved in the recall campaign against Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R). But on the day after Walker soundly defeated Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D), the union’s president downplayed the results and distanced the national organization from the recall effort. Read full article >>
Gov. Scott Walker survived his recall election Tuesday, beating his opponent, Milwaukee?s Democratic mayor Tom Barrett by a margin of 54% to 46%. Mr. Walker?s victory doesn't only mean keeping his seat in the governor?s mansion. The ripple effect goes beyond the Badger State. Here are reactions.
This is just dumb. After Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett made his concession speech following his unsucessful attempt to recall Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker last night, one of his "supporters" approached him and slapped him across the face. Show More Summary
Angry that her candidate conceded to Scott Walker, a voter gets violent, then offers the Milwaukee mayor a hug.
By Allysia Finely, The Wall Street Journal Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel helped raise money for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, a fellow Democrat who is trying to unseat Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in today’s recall election. But part of Mr. Emanuel may be developing an appreciation for some of the Republican governor’s reforms. The Chicago school [...]
It's when you slap someone, but then immediately give them a quick hug. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett got one last night from a supporter who thought he shouldn't have so readily conceded the gubernatorial recall race he'd obviously lost. ... More »