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Election overload? Politics saturate state in 2012

9:56 AM, Dec. 30, 2012
Gov. Scott Walker, campaigning on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney after surviving a June gubernatorial recall election, visits with supporters on Nov. 1 in Fond du Lac.
Gov. Scott Walker, campaigning on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney after surviving a June gubernatorial recall election, visits with supporters on Nov. 1 in Fond du Lac.
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Five statewide elections, countless political ads and a weary electorate.

That was 2012 in Wisconsin politics.

Among some of the most high-profile races from the year: Republican Gov. Scott Walker handily won a recall election in June against Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and Democratic President Barack Obama campaigned hard in Wisconsin and won re-election in November with the state's help despite Janesville's native son, Republican Congressman Paul Ryan, on the ballot as the GOP vice presidential nominee. ...

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