In Final Hours, Prosser Makes His Case

Prosser faces an uphill climb in campaign’s final hours….


Tuesday will be the first time voters mark ballots since Walker’s bill passed last month. Turnout for these springtime, nonpartisan elections usually hovers around 10 to 15 percent, but GOP sources tell me that it could hit nearly 20 or even 30 percent, depending on a variety of factors, from the weather to the level of turnout in liberal Dane County versus more conservative areas upstate.

Via The Corner – National Review Online.

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