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Long lines at Madison City Clerk's office on last day to vote early in the Wisconsin recall

A line of about 80 people waiting to vote wound its way around the lobby in the City-County Building in downtown Madison Friday afternoon. It's the last day to vote in-person absentee for the June 5 recall election and the City Clerk's Office will be open until 7 p.m. >More
 Frautschi, Rowland save historic buildings in redesign of Block 100 project on State Street

Jerry Frautschi and Pleasant Rowland have redesigned their plans for the 100 block of State Street, eliminating a proposal for a private plaza and preserving the landmark Schubert building and its neighbor, the Fairchild/Stark building on Mifflin Street. >More
 Wisconsin recall fever: Breaking down debate II, John Doe news and heavyweights roll in

One takeaway from Thursday night's debate between Gov. Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett? It covered meaty and controversial ground, thanks to the direct and persistent questioning of host Mike Gousha. >More
 Your guide to 2012 Wisconsin recall GOTV and election night parties in and around Madison

After the polls close, volunteers and supporters of Governor Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, as well as both candidates for lieutenant governor, will gather to watch the results and alternately share in celebration or commiseration as the winners are declared. >More
 Live-blogging the second Wisconsin recall debate between Scott Walker and Tom Barrett

Two of Madison's sharpest political minds, stand-up comedians Chris Lay (@MrChrisLay) and Alan Talaga (@danpotacke), will provide the blow-by-blow analysis right here on Thursday night at 9 p.m. (CDT) during the second of two debates between Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in advance of the historic recall election on June 5. The debate will be televised in Madison on WKOW, Channel 27, and we urge you to keep at least one eye on this blog while you watch it. >More
 Wisconsin newspaper recall endorsements provoke commentary more than they sway votes

After the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel published its endorsement of Gov. Scott Walker on May 19 for the upcoming recall election, supporters of challenger Tom Barrett made their disapproval known. A "handful of readers" even threatened to cancel their subscriptions, says editorial page editor Dave Haynes. >More
 Latest Barrett poll has Walker up 50-48

The Wisconsin recall race is a "dead heat," says the Barrett campaign, which released the findings of a poll it conducted May 29 and 30, four days later than the latest Marquette poll. >More
 Not everyone is voting in the Wisconsin recall election

Believe it or not, there are some Madisonians who do not plan to vote in the election to recall Gov. Scott Walker next Tuesday. Of nearly 60 people surveyed on State Street and Memorial Union Terrace this week, 46 said they were planning to vote in the recall or had already done so. Many said they would be surprised to find a non-voter in the city of Madison. >More
 What does the lieutenant governor do? Rebecca Kleefisch, Mahlon Mitchell vie for an open-ended job

There's a certain irony to the recall of Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch. The office she has held since Jan. 3, 2011, comes with virtually no substantive statutory powers. She wasn't Gov. Scott Walker's pick for the post, but she is the target of a recall because of him. >More
 Mark Gundrum won't hear Wisconsin's domestic partner lawsuit

A few weeks after President Barack Obama declared his support for gay marriage, the topic came up at the first of two debates between Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tom Barrett. >More
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