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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

 11:26 AM 

August 10 AM recall roundup - Headlines and commentary from the day after

HEADLINES
- Republicans take 4 of 6 in recall elections, hold Senate
- Wis. GOP holds off Democrats in recall elections
- Republicans hold off Dems in recalls, win enough seats to keep majority in Senate
- GOP holds on to Senate, but Walker recall hopes still strong, opponents say
- Democrats mull recall of Gov. Walker
- Republicans keep Senate majority
- Wisconsin GOP holds on to Senate
- GOP keeps control of Wisc. state Senate
- Republicans keep slim majority in Wisconsin state Senate
- GOP holds on to Wis. Senate in recall elections: video
- In Wisconsin recall, voters vent anger at Washington-style politics
- Will Wisconsin recall clip Gov. Scott Walker's power? Three scenarios.
- Wisconsin Republicans hold on to state Senate
- Wisconsin Republicans Hold On to State Senate
- Republicans Hold On to Wisconsin Senate After Recall Vote
- Wisconsin Democrats fail to take back state Senate
- GOP maintains hold of WI Senate
- Voters hold strong views as they go to the polls for state recall elections

SD 2
- Cowles hangs on to District 2 seat in recall election

SD 8
- Darling claims victory over Pasch in costly race
- Darling defeats Pasch, holds District 8 seat
- Pasch concedes after long night
- Democrats retract accusations of tampering by Waukesha County Clerk Nickolaus

SD 10
- [58-42] Harsdorf holds off Moore, says win affirms voters' beliefs
- Harsdorf claims victory, wins by 9,849 votes


SD 12
- State Senate candidates provide answers to senior-related questions
- GAB dismisses GOP complaint against Holperin

SD 14
- [54-46] Olsen fends off Clark
- Sen. Luther Olsen survives recall challenge

SD 18
- King upsets Republican incumbent Hopper

SD 22
- Democrat Wirch outraises GOP challenger

SD 32
- [55-45] Shilling ousts Kapanke


COMMENTARY
- Josh Marshall: Was it worth it?
- Erick Erickson: Looking for big themes in Wisconsin
- Gregory Humphrey: Wisconsin Democrats should have danced with the one that 'brung ya'
- John Torinus: Wisconsin GOP agenda intact after recall
- Jeff Simpson: Recall election thoughts
- Christian Schneider: In spite of all that cash, unions came up short
- Chris Walker: Recall fallout -- Moderate Sen. Dale Schultz wins
- Jonathan Krause: Well, THAT was worth it
- Scott Wittkopf: Recall perspectives – bigger than Kathy Nickolaus and Alberta Darling
- Charlie Sykes: The recall flaw
- Chris Liebenthal: We haven't hit rock bottom yet?!
- John Nichols: Defeating two Republican senators on Republican turf adds up to recall success
- Steve Hanson: A long day in Fitzwalkerstan
- Peter Patau: Remember -- not matter how they spin it, the election was not a victory for the Republicans
- Rebecca Kemble: What we desperately need now
- Cindy Kilkenny: Recall round one: post mortem
- Daniel Bice: Winners and losers in Tuesday's election

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