The election shows that "Republicans and independent voters, along with Democrats, will reject extreme policies like ending Medicare."
MADISON, Wis. - After a historic signature collection drive mounted by unions and their allies, three of the GOP senators who rammed through Gov. Scott Walker's bill to kill collective bargaining rights for state workers will definitely face recall votes July 12.
The goal for the next few months should be to rebuild the coalition of communities and movements that brought Barack Obama to the White House in 2008.
The American Legislative Exchange Council's work is pretty much an all out assault on democracy.
State AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt called it "an attempt to block the recall of unpopular GOP senators and to suppress turnout among constituencies who may tend to vote Democratic."
CHICAGO - Hundreds of demonstrators chanting "Hands off our Medicare!" filled the block while GOP Rep. Paul Ryan was inside addressing the Economics Club, trying to sell his budget proposal.
In Florida, a state that only a few decades ago was officially segregated, some people think this possible disenfranchisement is no accident.
Opponents of Gov. Scott Walker and Republican attempts to shred union and democratic rights in Wisconsin have filed enough signatures to hold recall elections for six Republican state senators.
A recent study by the Pew Hispanic Center reported that a million more Latinos voted in 2010 than did so in the 2006 midterm election.