MILWAUKEE (AP) — Talk about sharply divided voter attitudes in Wisconsin.

Those participating in Tuesday’s election to recall Gov. Scott Walker were evenly split on the Republican-backed law that ended collective bargaining for state government workers — about half approved and half disapproved — and passionately divided on the GOP governor’s handling of the issue.


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