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Waukesha Freeman 11/08/2012, Page A08 Moving on after disappointing election As the late Freddie Mercury sang, “Another party’s over, and I’m left here cold sober. My baby left me for somebody new.” Apparently we should always trust the polls. Or as someone posted on Twitter on election night, “This election obviously oversampled Democrats.” Judging from […]

This election obviously oversampled Democrats — Taegan Goddard (@politicalwire) November 7, 2012 Print this entry

Show your “I voted” sticker and get free stuff – it’s the American way. Unfortunately, my friend Mike Mathias will be really disappointed to learn that Starbucks is not giving away free coffee. And then I saw this on the list: 4. On The Border: Election day have you in the mood for some Tex-Mex? […]

I’ll be logged on tonight as a special panelist at’s live blog election coverage. You can follow along right here, too. I’ll be on as soon as I return from the polls at a ward in the key county of Waukesha, Wisconsin. Live Blog: Election Day 2012 Print this entry

“If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.” – President Barack Hussein Obama Print this entry

What’s frightening is that there are people like this actually still out there. One more day… Print this entry will be running an Election Day blog starting at 3:00 PM CST, and unless something dramatic changes I will be participating as a “special panelist” starting at 6:00 PM.  I’ll share more details as I get them. I’ll also be blogging right here on this site, and I will be on Twitter and Facebook. […]

The Los Angeles Times has a couple of warnings about watching the results come in from Ohio. It’s very possible that the nation will be looking closely at early poll results from Ohio next Tuesday to see who that state chose for president, and therefore, who won the presidential election. But the early results may […]

Anecdotal evidence from the Wausau Daily Herald of less ticket-splitting: 10:22 a.m.  State and national pundits have predicted that Republicans will have good results today and that appears to be the case based on a small sample of voters reporter Jeff Starck has spoken to this morning at polling sites in Wausau, Rothschild and Weston. More […]

The John K MacIver Institute for Public Policy will be covering today’s election with live updates throughout the day.  I’ll probably be contributing something at lunch time, and then I’ll be blogging from the Walker victory party tonight at the (you guessed it) Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee. Print this entry