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Check out Patch's new interactive campaign contribution database to find out who in your community is contributing to President Barack Obama or Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.
Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin remains adamant he will stay in the election despite controversy surrounding comments he made about "legitimate rape," but nearly 80 percent of Patch's Wisconsin Republican insiders say he should quit.
Former Gov. Tommy Thompson and businessman Eric Hovde appear to be frontrunners, but many voters still undecided - which could help candidates Mark Neumann and Jeff Fitzgerald.
After a long, politically charged year, Gov. Scott Walker wins re-election in divisive recall race. Though Democrats congratulated Walker, they say the fight isn't over.
Milwaukee mayor uses Facebook, Twitter to inform while his foe in Democratic recall primary believes in more interaction with follower and fans. Meanwhile, incumbent Gov. Scott Walker expected to use some of his campaign cash to beef up his efforts.
United Wisconsin, the main recall group, says it has 300,000-plus signatures; GOP calls the effort a "baseless, partisan power-grab."
Democrats confident there will be a recall election for Gov. Scott Walker in 2012 as efforts to collect 540,000 signatures began on Tuesday. Republicans call effort another waste of time.
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