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Thursday, August 11, 2011

 11:08 AM 

August 11 AM recall roundup: Headlines, commentary

HEADLINES
- Walker ready to move past recalls
- Walker says focus moves back to jobs, economy after latest recall elections
- Walker says he'll focus on bipartisanship, jobs
- Democrats: Recall election wins show Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is vulnerable
- Expect a Walker recall election to happen, and expect it to be really close
- Walker recall expected to proceed
- For Wisconsin Democrats, recall of Gov. Scott Walker would be tall order
- Unions look for silver lining in Wisconsin recalls
- Activists, Dems still set sights on Walker recall effort
- With 2 more recall elections next week, both sides find positives
- Recall results could usher in rise of moderate Republicans
- Final two recall elections could lead to state’s first tea party senator
- Recall aftermath: Now what?
- The importance of being Schultz
- Republicans fend off Dem challenge to tough anti-union rules
- Candidates react to victories and defeats
- GOP keeps Senate majority as Democrats gain two seats
- Vos: ‘recall the recall elections’
- Vos proposes stricter recall rules
- SD 8: Democrats Remove Vote Tampering Allegations in Recall Election
- SD 10: Harsdorf overcomes recall attempt: some vote analysis
- SD 12: Holperin, Simac pledge to continue recall campaign fight
- SD 14: Healthy turnout: Olsen-Clark race drew 58% of county voters
- SD 18: King's election marks first Democrat win in Senate district in decades

COMMENTARY
- Tom Still: After the recalls: Time to get back to business on Wisconsin's economy
- Howard Dean: This is what a 50 state strategy looks like
- E.J. Dionne Jr.: In Wisconsin, conservatives win, liberals gain
- Steve Prestegard: The recall election hangover blog
- Dominique Paul Noth: Recall failures delude GOP into inflating numbers
- David Blaska: R.I.P. to the stillborn Walker recall
- Bill Christofferson: Dan Bice: Disappointing
- Tom Foley: Congratulations Wisconsin Governor Dale Schultz
- Elizabeth DiNovella: Recalling the morning after
- Alan Borsuk: Wisconsin's angry message for America
- Jack Craver: Recall elections once again show Wisconsin's purple pedigree
- Abe Sauer: No closure for Wisconsin after recall elections fail
- John Nichols: Scott Walker throws Kapanke and Hopper under the bus
- Kevin Binversie: Unions go all in, lose big
- Ed Garvey: Another look
- Nate Silver: Wisconsin results suggest recall of governor would be close
- Jim Rosenberg: Spinning aside, the GOP lost
- Steve Eggleston: Recall mania – Round 3 post-mortem
- Peter Patau: Now more than ever, don't give up!
- Zach Wisniewski: My thoughts on the recall elections
- Owen Robinson: Post-election wrap-up

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