It wasn’t the state’s voters rejecting Walker’s agenda — it was Dane County’s government workers attempting to keep their paychecks intact.

via Madison vs. the Rest of Wisconsin – By Christian Schneider – The Corner – National Review Online.

Elections are elections and all the voters count (except the dead ones), but it is interesting to note that without Dane County, David Prosser would have won with 53% of the vote. There has to be something amiss when some precincts in Madison voted 97% to 3% in favor of the liberal Kloppenburg.

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