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11:41 PM ET, April 7, 2011

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JSOnline:
Winnebago County vote-count change alters Supreme Court race  —  By Sharif Durhams of the Journal Sentinel  —  The latest vote count in the state Supreme Court race in Winnebago County indicates incumbent David Prosser is leading Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg in votes.
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Christian Schneider / National Review:
BREAKING: Computer Error Gives Prosser 7,381 More Votes, Almost Certain Victory  —  After Tuesday night's Wisconsin Supreme Court election, a computer error in heavily Republican Waukesha County failed to send election results for the entire City of Brookfield to the Associated Press.
JSOnline:
Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County  —  By Jason Stein, Bill Glauber and Sharif Durhams of the Journal Sentinel  —  Madison - In a political bombshell, the clerk in a Republican stronghold released new vote totals adding a net total of 7,403 new votes in the tight state Supreme Court race …
JSOnline:
Prosser's huge gain comes after Waukesha County flub is caught  —  By Laurel Walker of the Journal Sentinel  —  David Prosser gained 7,582 votes in Waukesha County, after a major counting error of Brookfield results was detected, County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus announced in a stunning development this afternoon.
Karoli / Crooks and Liars:
UPDATED: Conservative Waukesha County Clerk “Finds” 7,000 Votes For Prosser  —  4:30pm Update: In her press conference about a half-hour ago, Kathy Nickolaus claimed she failed to import the results from Brookfield City into her master tally that was reported to the press.
John Nolte / Big Government:
BREAKING IN WISCONSIN: Clerical Error Gives Prosser Net Gain of 7300+ Votes  —  By the time the votes in Wisconsin's State Supreme Court race were all counted the day after Tuesday's big election, Big Labor candidate, Joanne Kloppenburg, had a 204 vote lead out of almost 1.5 million cast.
620WTMJ:
Prosser Picks Up More Than 7,000 Votes  —  WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — A conservative incumbent surged to a commanding lead in Wisconsin's hotly contested Supreme Court election Thursday, after a predominantly GOP county's clerk announced she had incorrectly entered vote totals in the race seen …
Lisa Sink / brookfield-wi.patch.com:
Brookfield Gives Prosser Nearly 11K Votes  —  Incumbent State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser gets 10,859 votes from city residents or 76 percent against JoAnne Kloppenburg.  —  As expected, Brookfield city voters ran up a good turnout in the state Supreme Court race and gave incumbent Justice David Prosser nearly 11,000 votes.
Stephen F. Hayes / Weekly Standard:   Prosser Now Up 7,000+ Votes After Error Is Corrected
Christian Schneider / National Review:
Madison vs. the Rest of Wisconsin
Discussion: Cold Fury and JSOnline
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Wisconsin Supreme Court race in flux as vote count conintues
Discussion: TPMDC, JSOnline and AmSpecBlog
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Obama: I'll veto funding for the troops  —  Consider this a trap well set and sprung.  Frustrated that the Senate won't pass any budget bill while the House continues to negotiate to the brink of a government shutdown, John Boehner proposed a one-week CR to keep government open for a week …
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Brian Beutler / TPMDC:
Riders Caused The Storm: Government Shutdown Looms Over Anti-Abortion And Anti-EPA Measures  —  If a government shutdown happens, it'll be because Republicans are demanding policy restrictions in addition to spending cuts before agreeing to fund the government through September.
Scott Wong / The Politico:
Senate Dems craft short-term stopgap
Michael D. Shear / New York Times:
White House Meeting on Budget Fails to End Impasse
Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
House approves stopgap despite White House veto threat
John McCormack / Weekly Standard:
Harry Reid: We Can't Pass Troop Funding Bill Because It Bans Taxpayer Funding of Abortion in D.C.
Jennifer Steinhauer / New York Times:
It May Be a ‘Budget Battle,’ but Some Skirmishes Have Little to Do With Money  —  WASHINGTON — There are fights about money and fights about ideas, and the battle over a spending plan to keep the government open is increasingly centered on the latter.  —  The frenetic negotiations to avert …
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The Politico:
Does Ryan plan cause self-rationing?  - Coburn: Drop the riders - BCBSA tracks exchange bills - Arizona ‘no’ to waiver - Women's health rally on the hill  —  **With reporting contributions from J. Lester Feder and David Nather  —  CLOSING IN ON A BUDGET DEAL?
Myglesias / Yglesias:
The Trouble With Taxing Exclusively The Rich  —  In their sketch version of a budget (PDF) the Congressional Progressive Caucus makes a heroic effort to finance progressive government basically exclusively by raising taxes on rich people.  —  Specifically:
Discussion: National Review and Angry Bear
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Megan McArdle / The Atlantic Online:
The People's Budget  —  Phil Klein has a leaked version …
Discussion: Washington Examiner
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Breaking down Trump's numbers  —  There's been a lot of coverage of Donald Trump's good poll numbers with Republicans over the last week- what's gotten less attention is that Trump's popularity with GOP voters is a brand new development.  —  We did a national poll asking about Trump …
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Taegan Goddard's Political Wire:
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CBS News:
General: U.S. may consider troops in Libya  —  Army Gen. Carter Ham says ground forces wouldn't be ideal, but may be a possible way to aid rebels; Says current operation largely stalemated  —  WASHINGTON - The United States may consider sending troops into Libya with a possible international ground force …
Jason Kuznicki / The League of Ordinary Gentlemen:
Several Things That Aren't Happening Here. … That would be a problem.  But it's not remotely the problem I'm experiencing.  —  Now look.  If my husband (1) lost his job because of (2) substantial budget cuts and he (3) had to find work in the private aerospace sector …
Ace / Ace of Spades HQ:
Story Correction: Clinton Did Pay Military in 1995 Shutdown, But...  Corrected: This story was wrong as written.  It's below, but here's the scoop.  —  First, the Air Force Times did get this wrong, leading to the confusion, which got picked up by Mike Flynn.  —  But like I said— that story gets it wrong.
Ynetnews:
Iron Dome intercepts first rocket  —  Ashkelon residents report seeing Grad explode in midair as dozens of rockets fired at south, meanwhile Hamas says Israel taking advantage of Goldstone's regret over Gaza war report to bomb Strip  —  Latest Update:  —  Residents in Ashkelon reported …
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Video: The greatest press conference of all time  —  Schadenfreude.  —  Alternate headline via Mary Katharine Ham, ever mindful of developing media narratives: “Small, state-wide election with vital national implications soon to have no national implications whatsoever.”
 
 
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