More Dale: Voter turnout, Barrett margin among night’s surprises
Prof. Tim Dale appeared live on last night’s (Tuesday, May 8) WFRV, Channel 5 news, to offer his take on the gubernatorial recall primary. Dale, Democracy and Justice Studies, said the relatively high voter turnout was a surprise, as was how handily Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett ended up winning the Democratic primary. But Barrett has his work cut out for him, Dale said, especially in our area. The Milwaukee mayor was a lot closer to runner-up Kathleen Falk in Brown County and much of Northeastern Wisconsin than he was elsewhere in the state. You can watch Dale’s analysis here.
Still more Dale: Predictions in advance
The gubernatorial recall primary was making news state and nationwide Tuesday (May 8), as voters chose who will take on Gov. Scott Walker in next month’s general election. The unprecedented circumstances made it tough predict turnout, Prof. Tim Dale told the Press-Gazette, and myriad factors could influence who votes. Full story.
Dale also did an hour on WPR earlier this week on the Ben Merens show – click here.