Six Republican state senators face a recall vote today in Wisconsin. Two senate Fleebaggers face recall elections next week. Democrats need to pick up three seats to gain control of the Wisconsin senate.

By the way, a liberal Chicago donor sent $200,000 to fund the far left recall candidates.

The turnout was heavy today.

JS Online has election results.

The AP also has election results

UPDATE: It’s unlikely that democrats will win District 2 or District 10.
The Republicans are too far ahead with nearly half the precincts reporting.

State Senate – District 2 – General
August 09, 2011 – 08:47PM CT
Wisconsin – 44 of 90 Precincts Reporting – 49%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Cowles , Robert (i) GOP 10,777 57%
Nusbaum , Nancy Dem 8,029 43%

State Senate - District 10 – General
August 09, 2011 – 08:47PM CT
Wisconsin – 50 of 114 Precincts Reporting – 44%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Harsdorf , Sheila (i) GOP 14,134 59%
Moore , Shelly Dem 9,664 41%

UPDATE: It looks like the GOP will take District 14 too.

State Senate – District 14 – General
August 09, 2011 – 09:03PM CT
Wisconsin – 59 of 126 Precincts Reporting – 47%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Olsen , Luther (i) GOP 10,462 55%
Clark , Fred Dem 8,562 45%

That means democrats have to take the three remaining seats to take control of the Wisconsin senate.
Not likely.

UPDATE: Wisconsin Politics posted this update moments ago.
AUG. 9 RECALL ELECTION RESULTS
8/9/2011

Last updated at 9:10 p.m.

2nd Senate District – 78% reporting
58% – Sen. Robert Cowles, R-Allouez (Incumbent)
42% – Nancy Nusbaum, D-De Pere

8th Senate District – 15% reporting
55% – Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills (Inc.)
45% – Rep. Sandy Pasch, D-Whitefish Bay

10th Senate District – 62% reporting
58% – Sen. Sheila Harsdorf, R-River Falls (Inc.)
42% – Shelly Moore, D-River Falls

14th Senate District – 47% reporting
55% – Sen. Luther Olsen, R-Ripon (Inc.)
45% – Rep. Fred Clark, D-Baraboo

18th Senate District – 15% reporting
54% – Sen. Randy Hopper, R-Fond du Lac (Inc.)
47% – Jessica King, D-Oshkosh

32nd Senate District – 26% reporting
49% – Sen. Dan Kapanke, R-La Crosse (Inc.)
51% – Rep. Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse

UPDATE: District 14 goes to the Republican.
State Senate – District 14 – General
August 09, 2011 – 09:41PM CT
Wisconsin – 120 of 126 Precincts Reporting – 95%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Olsen , Luther (i) GOP 23,868 54%
Clark , Fred Dem 19,995 46%

Democrats must win the remaining 3 districts to take control of the senate.


UPDATE:
Ed Schultz on MSNBC just announced that District 14 just went to the GOP. That’s three for three. Waiting anxiously for the MSNBC meltdown.

UPDATE: District 32 goes lib. District 18 goes lib.

UPDATE: With one race to go all eyes are on Waukesha County tonight.
Republican Alberta Darling needs to win or the Wisconsin senate will be under Dem control.
Waukesha County has only turned in 1 of 11 precincts so far and Darling is trailing the democrat.

UPDATE: DARLING WINS! REPUBLICANS HOLD SENATE!!!!
Via Free Republic: From Twitter: McCormackJohn John McCormack by kevinbinversie GOP source: with 98 percent in, it’s Darling 30,868 to 28,170

Here’s the Waukesha County results.

UPDATE: Darling wins handily —

State Senate – District 8 – General
August 10, 2011 – 05:14AM CT
Wisconsin – 81 of 82 Precincts Reporting – 99%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Darling , Alberta (i) GOP 39,471 54%
Pasch , Sandra Dem 34,096 46%

 

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  1. Well, fingers crossed. With the millions unions are spending, it will be a minor miracle if we hold on.

  2. If you had told me 3 years ago that I would be closely following a WI election with keen interest, I would have told you you were insane.

  3. I hope they don’t pull a Carnahan and get a last minute surge that throws a close election. Bryan Wahby pulled that stunt on Ed Martin.

  4. It looks pretty good so far. Only one race tied. If that continues count on the dems to steal it.

    But if republicans lose 1 seat and then the dems lose a few next week it will be laughable.

  5. Dem districts will be sandbagging their counts, to determine how many votes to manufacture to tip the balance late in the process.

  6. I live in Menomonie. Went to lunch from work and saw the harridans, old hippies, and usual suspects standing on street corners holding signs for the awful Shelly Moore, a vile unionist backed by the out of state Obamunist forces and supported locally by anyone who considers themselves important if they despise republicans, think Obama is doing a great job, and have at least 3 Che T-shirts. God it was a long drive.

  7. How destructive the Left is. We can’t even rest between elections, they want to overload and crash the entire system by exhausting people and finances.

    What happens when they lose? They riot?

  8. Looks like a GOP victory so far! Never underestimate the libs/ unions ability to steal an election though.

    I hope they lose and lose all that money the unions wasted of their members money…Think if they used that money to actrually HELP their members instead of throwing it down the recall toilet….. What a bunch of turds

  9. ++

    thank God for small miracles..

    and now, more than ever, we do need miracles..

    God help US to help ourselves, Amen..

    ==

  10. Watch as the Democrats are going to blame the Republicans for racism accusing them for taking the highlight off the election for the violent race mobs that have been happening at the Wisconsin State Fair.

  11. I already heard the half man Rachael Madcow complaining about “dirty tricks” during her broadcast. That told me the Socialists aren’t expecting to have good election results, and they’re setting up for “voter fraud” and “underhanded tactics”.

  12. At 9:10 CDT it looks like the GOP may have lost one race, lets hope thats all that gets lost.

  13. Nobody cheats and commits fraud like a Democrat in an election. They can’t win if they don’t cheat. Appalling.

  14. Yep if its close at all at the end you can pretty much count on dem districts late reporting 100% for the democrat. If the dems dont pull this off it is a HUGE loss for the left.

  15. Also Dems can lose next week if their base gets depressed they cant take senate.

  16. I’m not well versed on Campaign finance laws, but with MSNBC having all of the Wisconsin candidates on their network for interviews, with Ed Shultz having a pro Democrat rally behind him during his on site broadcast, isn’t this some form of Campaign Law violation?

    MSNBC is allowing the Democrat candidates to state their case, and no Republican candidates have been, thus MSNBC giving the Democrats free advertising time. Anyone have any knowledge if the Republicans would have a case against MSNBC for violating Campaign Laws?

  17. Numbers looking awfully good to me so far. It aint over until the fat one sings though.Hopefully all these numbers are not all from the rural areas.

  18. Nice to see the Marxists, unions, Democrats, and other freaks lose millions.

  19. ++

    KOCH WINS!…GOP Holds Districts 2 & 10

    thank goodness, and God!! :-)

    ==

  20. As a Virginian, I’m with Sybilll. I’m captivated by the going-ons in WI. And with Kapanke in the 32nd down by only 2% with only 26% reporting, it’s very encouraging. It could be a clean sweep, and a big lift for conservative legislation.



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