Wisconsin voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to recall Gov. Scott Walker and replace him with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Walker is comfortably ahead in the polls heading into the election, leading by an average of 6.7 points over the past two-plus weeks of polls, according to Real Clear Politics. We take a look at the implications of a Walker win, what it would mean for organized labor, and what it would mean for Wisconsin's status in the presidential election.
Produced by Daniel GoodmanMORE WISCONSIN RECALL COVERAGE: • Democrats are already making excuses why they'll fail to recall Walker >> • The recall campaign has gotten completely insane and off-message >> • The polls don't look good for Tom Barrett >>
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