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Walker, hoping to inflict deep wounds on organized labor, a key constituency for Democrats.
The outcome was also being closely monitored in Boston by Mr. Obama’s re-election headquarters for a signal of how the electorate is viewing the big issues in the race for the White House.
The recall race carried implications well beyond Wisconsin, particularly in the escalating fight between wealthy conservative donors and labor unions.
Many Republican contributors from across the country who have invested millions in the presidential race also sent checks to Mr.
The outcome also seemed likely to embolden leaders in other states who have considered limits to unions as a way to solve budget problems, but had watched the backlash against Mr. “Obviously, Scott Walker winning tonight means that the Republicans are here for real,” said Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee. But even with the Republican victory on Tuesday, it remained an open question whether Mitt Romney, the party’s presidential nominee, can assume the momentum of Mr. In exit polling of voters, 18 percent of Walker supporters said they favored Mr. Obama as better equipped to improve the economy and help the middle class.Walker’s agenda through the Legislature, also survived.Late Tuesday, votes were still being counted in one State Senate race in Racine, an outcome that will determine which party narrowly controls the chamber, at least until November. Walker, who raised millions of dollars from conservative donors outside the state, had a strong financial advantage, in part because a quirk in state law allowed him months of unlimited fund-raising, from the time the recall challenge was mounted to when the election was officially called.The president kept his distance from Wisconsin, to the dismay of many Democrats in the state, in an effort to avoid alienating independent voters he hopes to win over in the fall. Almost a fifth of the electorate was 65 or older, with only about one in 10 voters of college age.A snapshot of the Wisconsin electorate, gleaned through surveys with voters as they left the polls, found that a majority of men had supported Mr. The recall race unfolded against a backdrop of economic uncertainty, with only 2 in 10 voters saying their family’s finances have improved in the two years since Mr. About a third said their financial situation had grown worse, and more than 4 in 10 said their finances had stayed the same.Our gallery sections: Amateur Pictures, Voyeur Sneaks, Hardcore Pictures.If you have a credit card (VISA, Discover, JCB) or if you can pay by online check (only US customers), you can use our traditional safe and secure payment provider CCBill.com!She was so enthusiastic about it that when she was asked to participate in the next party, she accepted without hesitations.Now, she’s dressed in a latex suit and hanging in the cellar, where she can enthusiastically welcome new people entering the party. For my own peace of mind I am going to imagine there’s a bit of a support harness under the rubber suit, because otherwise I don’t see her neck, or her breathing, holding up so well.As of late last month, about .6 million had been spent on behalf of Mr. Barrett, according to data from the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a nonpartisan group that tracks spending.“What it shows is the peril of corporate dollars in an election and the dangers of Citizens United,” said Dennis Van Roekel, president of the National Education Association, a school workers’ union, referring to the 2010 Supreme Court decision that barred the federal government from restricting political expenditures from corporations, unions and other groups.