Walker warns of 'Blue Wave' in Wisconsin

UW-L poly scientist says special election fight may tarnish GOP image in Wisconsin

UW-L poly scientist says special election fight may tarnish GOP image in Wisconsin

"Big government special interests flooded Wisconsin with distorted facts & misinformation", Walker tweeted, saying he would be targeted next.

Although candidates technically do not have party affiliation, the state party can work on the candidate's behalf. Walker, a Republican, endorsed Screnock.

The race was nonpartisan in name only, with national figures such as Joe Biden and Eric Holder and groups like the National Rifle Association pouring in money and endorsements.

Dallet, who has served as a judge for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court in Wisconsin, was first elected to the position in the year 2008.

"After a stunning rejection of his agenda and his chosen candidate in last night's Wisconsin Supreme Court race, Gov. Scott Walker took to Twitter and unleashed another unhinged string of tweets, warning of a "#BlueWave".

Walker is up for is up for re-election to a third term in the fall and asked for donations after Screnock's loss Tuesday to "stand against the flood of outside money", which Walker says is headed towards Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin's Supreme Court races haven't always been reliable predictors of elections later in the year.

Dallet's victory gives another indication that the 2018 general election could favor Democrats, following a string of special election victories for Democrats around the country. (It also means six of the seven Justices are women). "I think people are exhausted of what's been going on in our state in terms of the money coming in to buy these elections and people spoke out tonight". Her victory Tuesday narrowed the conservative control of the court from 5-2 to 4-3.

Voters who supported Dallet said they hoped her win would send a message.

Scholz said Dallet was able to reach voters in areas of the state former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost in 2016.

Democrats, who have been starved for electoral victories since Walker and Republicans swept into power in 2010 amid a national recession, were quick to celebrate the win as a sign Walker's days as governor are numbered. Before that, Screnock was part of a team that defended Walker's Act 10 law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers. She will join the court in August.

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