Wisconsin Governor Keeps His Seat In Office
Wisconsin- Governor Scott Walker won Tuesday night's recall election in Wisconsin in a big and decisive fashion.
It was only the third of it's kind in U.S. history - and the first time the incumbent held onto their seat.
After defeating Milwaukee's Democratic Mayor, Tom Barrett, the re-elected Walker is focusing on the future and mending his state's political divide.
Both parties are trying to spin some national significance out of last night's results.
Republicans say Walker's win is proof that going after the political establishment can be a winning formula.
Democrats point out that exit polls showed Wisconsin voters favored President Obama over Mitt Romney by 7 points, but that's a much smaller advantage than he had over John McCain in 2008.
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