Republican Governor Scott Walker won the recall race, keeping him in office with a percentage higher than the one he got when elected in 2010. Nonetheless Wisconsin voters remain bitterly divided after the past two years and the GOP wins in the Badger State are open to all sorts of interpretation.
It appears to affirm the notion that even in a left leaning state, enough is enough for many voters when it comes to the public employee unions.
While the left and its mouthpiece at NBC say the election is the result of GOP money, there is no disputing voters were engaged and Big Labor was unable to oust the Governor, his Lieutenant Governor and a handful of Senators.
Not a good night for the takers...but good news for the makers.
Wisconsin recall: Scott Walker wins - Alexander Burns - POLITICO.com