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Published on Jun 5, 2012
On Tuesday, voters will decide whether or not Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will remain in office. According to some of Walker's opponents, he has declared war on workers' rights and is filling the $3 billion state deficit by cutting citizens' wages. Many believe this election is more than just a governor's race; it could be more significant than the presidential election because people will be voting on union rights. Labor journalist Mike Elk joins us with his take on the historic election.