"On Tuesday night, Wisconsin spoke loud and clear with the recall of two entrenched Republicans. This is an accomplishment of historic proportions that I do not wish to be overshadowed by statements regarding results in the 8th Senate District.If there are issues with our elections, they should be investigated whether the results change the election or not, and I believe the Wisconsin Democrats should pursue any questions, not to try to change the election, but to ensure our elections are truly fair and secure. If there are no longer any questions, the Democrats should be clear. The Wisconsin Wave is calling for people to be ready to mobilize Wednesday for possible issues in Waukesha County.
Though we believe that Sandy Pasch was able to battle Alberta Darling to a virtual tie, on her turf, we will not pursue questions of irregularities. Those heat-of-the-moment statements came in light of the uncertainties that arose from a recent election, known too well.
The fact of the matter remains, that, fighting on Republican turf, we have begun the work of stopping the Scott Walker agenda."
Following are the latest results:
2nd Senate District
Robert Cowles, R - 60% (winner)
Nancy Nusbaum, D - 40%
8th Senate District
Alberta Darling, R - 54% (winner)
Sandy Pasch, D - 46%
10th Senate District
Sheila Harsdorf, R - 58% (winner)
Shelly Moore, D - 42%
14th Senate District
Luther Olsen, R - 52% (winner)
Fred Clark, D - 48%
18th Senate District
Jessica King, D - 51% (winner)
Randy Hopper, R - 49%
32nd Senate District
Jennifer Shilling, D - 55% (winner)
Dan Kapanke, R - 45%
Democrat winners will take their seat immediately, removing Senators Randy Hopper and Dan Kapanke. The next battle is to recall Scott Walker so that we can begin restoring and improving Wisconsin.