Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Democrats Have Raised $140,937 In Just 6 Days To Keep Recall Scott Walker Field Offices Operating

Recall Scott Walker volunteers collected signatures last Friday near W. Cleveland Ave. and S. 43rd Street in Milwaukee. Photo: HNG

Funds raised will keep 42 recall Walker field offices open through January.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 13, 2011

Milwaukee - On Tuesday, Mike Take, Chair for the Wisconsin Democratic Party announced that the Recall Scott Walker campaign has raised more than $140,937 in just six days to keep the field offices in 42 counties operating. The field offices will remain open through January.
Tate in a previous e-mail confirmed, that recall volunteers and organizers are about 1/3 away (180,000 signatures) from collecting the minimum of the required 540,000 signatures to force a recall election against Republican Governor Scott Walker before the January 17 dateline. They're expecting between 650.000 to 750,000 recall petition signatures to be collected by the dateline.
In Wisconsin, they collected 300,000 signatures in just 12 days throughout 42 counties, which 1,000 signatures were gathered per hour, according to United Wisconsin.

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