The Wisconsin recall election results have all eyes on the Badger State.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) challenged Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) in Tuesday's gubernatorial contest.
HuffPost's Mark Blumenthal reports:
The final round of polls on Tuesday's Wisconsin recall election are something of a puzzle, although the uncertainty is more about the margin separating the candidates than the outcome. While virtually all show Republican Gov. Scott Walker leading his Democratic challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, they disagree about the size of Walker's lead.
Six polls completed in the last 10 days have shown everything from a 12-percentage-point Walker lead to a dead-even race. One explanation for the difference is sponsorship: Internal polls sponsored by the Democratic campaigns have typically shown a closer contest. Beyond that, although the polls differ considerably in their methods, nothing stands out to explain why some show Walker doing better than others.
Five additional contests were held in Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Below, a live blog of the latest developments to unfold.
Earlier on HuffPost:
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