I thought we were done with this erroneous fuzzy math.... Scott Walker, who faced token opposition last night in the primaries, won 97% of the Republican vote, garnering more votes than both of the top Democratic candidates combined. He actually pulled in almost as many votes as were cast in the Democratic primary altogether. Not a very good sign for Unions and Democrats who will face Walker for real on June 5th.
Walker received 626,538 votes
All the Democratic votes combined come to 670,278... add to that number the 19,920 for Kohl-Riggs, whom we know is a Democrat, and the final number is 690,198 votes. If you give those 19,920 votes to Walker... he still loses.
Considering he believes the majority of Wisconsinites are in favor of what he's done, I'd say he and his supporters need to worry.
690,198 - 626,538 = 63,660 people Walker needed to turn his way... and failed.
Remember, in reality Walker was the only choice for Republicans in the primary. Democrats had several, and turned out in greater numbers. Don't put a neat spin on it... unless your plan is to bring more Dems and Independents out in June.