MADISON - One man who has cast his ballot for Scott
Walker says the Wisconsin governor was "duly elected.''
Seventy-seven year-old part-time plumbing and heating contractor
Carl Schramm of Whitefish Bay says the recall election is "stupid'' and "costs a lot of money.''
But 41-year-old marketing consultant Amy Westrup of Whitefish
Bay calls the chance to overturn the 2010 election result "the
She voted for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, one
of four Democrats vying for the chance to unseat Walker in the
general election on June 5.
The others are Kathleen Falk, Secretary of State Doug La
Follette and state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout.
Gladys Huber is a
Republican running as a Democrat.
Walker faces token opposition in the GOP primary from Arthur
Kohl-Riggs, a Walker opponent running as a Republican.
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and three Republican state senators
also face recall elections.
There is an election in a fourth Senate
district where the Republican incumbent resigned.
Polls are open tonight throughout Wisconsin until 8 p.m.