Derrick Z. Jackson

Confident Wis. GOP looks ahead to Nov.

GLENMORE, Wisc. — Even on a gorgeous June morning that graced the Brown County Dairy Breakfast, even on a sweeping emerald farm-scape lined with the progressive image of several wind turbines, the turbulence and the fissures of the Wisconsin recall election hissed through.

Both Governor Scott Walker and his challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, attended and took turns serving eggs to some of the 6,000 people coming through the chow line. After Barrett's shift ended, he stood between two lines of people waiting for food and started shaking their hands.

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