Public-sector unions have had it their way for decades. That will change — and not just in one state — if Scott Walker survives Tuesday's recall vote.
Does Wisconsin matter? To hear some recent spin from Barack Obama's campaign, not as much as you would think.
Voters there on Tuesday will be deciding the political fate of Republican Gov. Walker, along with lieutenant governor and four state senators, in the state's first-ever statewide recall election. The combatants have spent an estimated $60 million so far. It looks to us like a mighty big deal, with big implications for national politics.
But Obama's deputy campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, said the recall will have no bearing on the presidential election.
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