It looks like Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle has worn out his welcome -- at last -- with Wisconsin voters.
There's no question that the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections in Wisconsin were affected by massive vote fraud, that the fraud was made easier by the same day registration and no i.d. requirements of Wisconsin law .The state legislature has more than once voted to change that law but Doyle has amended it,
As GMax notes (citations supplied) Doyle is losing support: The Wisconsin voters threw a sitting Judge off the Supreme Court for the first time in 41 years for a small town unknown. And they overwhelming passed a statewide measured aimed to limit the Governor's veto power. A clear indication that Jim Doyle is not wearing well on the voters there. As I understand they called it the Frankenstein veto, as Doyle was cobbling together part of legislation passed by the legislature into phrasing they never intended and then vetoing it so better to somehow allow himself to allocate money to places that the legislature never itended. It won by more than 2 - 1.