Walker Leads By 7 Points In Latest Poll – Rally Saturday in Racine

With four days to go – Walker leads by 7!

Governor Scott Walker leads by 7 points in the latest poll going into Tuesday’s recall election.
MSNBC reported:

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) enjoys a 7-point advantage over Democratic challenger Tom Barrett among likely voters in Tuesday’s recall election.

Fifty-two percent of likely voters said they would vote to retain Walker, according to a Marquette Law School poll released Wednesday; 45 percent of likely voters said they would support Barrett, the mayor of Milwaukee.

The poll suggests that Walker is heading toward victory on Tuesday, which would deliver a stinging rebuke to Democrats and members of the labor community who had sought the first-term governor’s removal after he pushed a controversial bill curbing collective bargaining rights for many public employees through the Wisconsin state legislature.

The Racine Tea Party PAC is hosting a rally on Saturday, June 2nd from 10:00am to noon at Gorney Park in Racine County.  This rally will be the last big protest in one of the state’s bellwether counties.

The event will feature Congressman Paul Ryan, All Patriots Media – Tony Katz, Breibart.com and CNN contributor Dana Loesch the “rock star of radio” Wisconsin’s own – Vicki McKenna, PA Tea Party Activist & Fox News Contributor – Jenn Stefano State Senator – Van Wanggaard and more. Invited guests include Lt Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and several big surprise guests.
If you are in the area please plan on attending!

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