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Wisconsin / Recall Election #1023495

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Milwaukee: Dean Reynolds) The recall election on Tuesday in which Governor Scott walker will run against former opponent Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett featured; scenes shown of a political rally; details given about Walker's policies. [Tea Party leader Howard CULLOOGIAN‡, voter Gerald HARRIS†, nursing assistant Ceara SHANDS††, union leader Jim GARRITY‡- comment on the Wisconsin issues.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor; Washington: John Dickerson) What it will mean if Walker survives after his efforts to limit unions, the role of outside money in the state, what a loss would mean to unions and Democratic politics and why President Obama is not campaigning in the state against Mitt Romney discussed.

Glor, Jeff;
Reynolds, Dean;
Dickerson, John

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