Scott Walker RECALL: Wisconsin Democrats Collect Requied Signatures To Force Recall Election



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There have been just two successful gubernatorial recalls in the nation’s history — against California Gov. Gray Davis in 2003 and North Dakota Gov. Lynn Frazier in 1921.

540,000 signatures are required to move forward with the recall election.

You can read more about the recall efforts here, here, and hereHERE!

Ed Schultz will broadcast live from Madison tonight at 8pET on MSNBC!

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10 Responses to Scott Walker RECALL: Wisconsin Democrats Collect Requied Signatures To Force Recall Election

  1. Folks are tired of your shit cuz you don’t know how to act..

    So you’d better call Tyrone…and tell him come on help you get your shit..


  2. Ametia says:

    One Million Wisconsinites Petition for the Recall of Scott Walker

    John Nicholson January 17, 2012 – 1:09am ET

    Petitions with the names of one million Wisconsinites were submitted to state elections officials today, in a move that will jump-start the process of removing the nation’s most notorious antilabor governor from office.

    A total of 540,208 valid signatures are required to recall Scott Walker, the Republican governor, who was elected in 2010. On Tuesday afternoon, the United Wisconsin movement that was organized to recall and remove the governor submitted almost twice that number.

    “The people have spoken loud and clear and we are ready to put an early end to Gov. Walker’s reign,” announced Wisconsin AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt.


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