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Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett who's running for governor in next month's recall election.
Today likened incumbent Republican Scott Walker's job creation numbers in Wisconsin.
To a work of fiction.
-- said electing Barrett would be a step backwards.
Of course not Shannon Bream has the back and forth and it's national impact.
How do you.
Yeah Wisconsin's Republican governor Scott Walker will soon find out what did the thousands who took to the streets to call for his ouster will succeed on June 5.
Three weeks from Tuesday the voters of the state we'll have a clear choice between do we want to go backwards.
Or do we want to work together to move forward.
Walker's been the subject of unrelenting criticism from union leaders and members outraged by his budgetary philosophy.
Which is meant the loss of key collective bargaining rights in an -- for walker says is all without writing the State's -- finances.
His opponent Milwaukee mayor Democrat Tom Barrett says Walker's anti union pushed his back.
Fire and for me this is all about restoring trust.
It's about healing the state it's about having governor who's gonna focus on creating jobs here Wisconsin rather than becoming the the rock star from the far right.
Republican leaders say there's a silver lining in the fight -- get rid of walker.
More than 900000.
Recall petition signatures that are now public.
They say being able to identify the ideology of those potential voters gives them a better handle on how to orchestrate a Romney victory in Wisconsin.
In a state that hasn't voted for GOP presidential nominee since Ronald Reagan in 1984.
Both Democrats and Republicans are keenly aware of how the state matchup in June could have much broader implications.
I think Scott Walker winning and Wisconsin and what's happened in Wisconsin through a -- over the last several years is going to make Wisconsin a red state.
In November and that's exactly the kind of thing that can undo.
Barack Obama instantaneously.
An average of polls in the race gives -- -- a three point advantage today the Washington Post quoted an unnamed Wisconsin democratic leader.
Who's reportedly furious about lack of national support in the fight against walker quote.
If he wins he will turn his victory into a national referendum on his ideas about the middle class.
It will hurt Democrats nationally the whole ticket stands to lose well -- chairman -- previous declined to say exactly what the organization is pouring into the walker race he said today it is quotes heavily invested.
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