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Welcome to the Monday edition of Wallace -- applaud and as we look ahead.
To this next week in addition today continuing presidential campaign.
So foreign policy challenges like Syria and wrong one of the things will be looking at next Sunday is -- it'll be just days before the recall election.
It was -- it is very interesting because when this whole process started.
I think the Democrats big labor thought that they've really had Scott Walker that Republican governor of Wisconsin on the run.
Because of his push to remove collective bargaining rights for public workers.
But as time has gone on.
Efforts industrials falling short and if you believe the polls and it is looking recently.
Like Scott Walker is gonna beat Tom Barrett the Democrat the mayor of walking.
Well of course how it plays out we've got balls out news that Governor Walker and mayor Barrett.
As if they'll come on the show but it did it will certainly be covering it one of the reasons is because it's really seen as -- as -- possible Bellwether for the November election.
Wisconsin has been any reliable democratic state since 1984 when Walter Mondale lost to Ronald Reagan plus 49 states.
And and and half the Democrats want it would've looked like it was very safely in -- -- -- -- but yes.
Walker is able to pull off this victory in the recall election I think you're gonna see some Republicans think -- maybe we can take a shot -- that.
But Romney to win this doesn't need to take some of these reliably democratic states to -- a few of them.
And just perhaps Wisconsin could be one of those days and -- itself is of them are looking.
Give us your ideas for subjects and questions this week and we'll see right back Iran's.
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