Wisconsin recall target State Senator Pam Galloway is resigning. No more GOP majority, for now.

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The recall election in Wisconsin is scheduled for May 8th, which can't come soon enough. But, if more than one candidate from a party runs, then that election could become a primary election. Then, the general election would be moved to June 5.

Meantime, Gov. Scott Walker has been stuffing his pockets with all kinds of Koch brothers cash.

All our posts on the Wisconsin recalls are here, including those about the soon-to-be kicked-out Gov. Scotty.

Via JSOnline:

Madison - State Sen. Pam Galloway, who faces a recall election this summer, plans to resign from the Senate shortly, leaving an even split between Republicans and Democrats. [...]

Her resignation would cause the Republicans to lose their Senate majority. Republicans would hold 16 seats and Democrats would hold 16 seats.

The recall election against Galloway will still take place, though, and the repugnant, union-busting Scott Fitzgerald, who is also up for recall, said he would recruit another candidate to run.

Good luck with that.

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  • majii

    What is amusing to me about this little drama is that Fitzgerald had the nerve to say with confidence that Galloway would win her recall election.  This is another example of a GOPer willfully ignoring evidence that points to the opposite of what he/she believes/thinks.

  • http://twitter.com/StCyrlyMe2 Reda StCyr

    Good She needs to get on out I love the way the citizens are dealing with Scott Walker an his merry band of Congressional Criminals !