MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Governor Scott Walker will not have any Republican opponents on the May 8th recall primary ballot.
The Government Accountability Board said Wednesday that two Republicans who filed nomination papers for governor did not have the required 2,000 valid signatures – Michael Mangan and Capitol protestor Arthur Kohl-Riggs.
All five Democrats who filed are still on the ballot – Tom Barrett, Kathleen Falk, Doug La Follette, Kathleen Vinehout, and fake Democrat Gladys Huber. The winner of that contest will face Walker on June 8th.
Meanwhile, three names were left off the primary ballot for lieutenant governor.
The Board ruled that Ira Robins, Bruce Berman, and Dale Paul did not have the required 2,000 valid nominating signatures.
That leaves Mahlon Mitchell and fake Democrat Isaac Weix in the May 8th primary, with the winner to try and unseat Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch in June.
None of the filers were removed from the ballot for recall votes against four Republican senators. There are fake Democrats in each of the 6 races, to make sure all the general elections take place on June 5th.