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Wisconsinites 'Reach Out' To Heal Partisan Divide

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Wisconsin's historic gubernatorial recall election is on Tuesday. Republican Scott Walker could become just the third sitting governor in U.S. history to be recalled from office. The recall battle has bitterly divided the state; so much so that some people have just stopped talking politics with friends, neighbors, co-workers, even family members. But two Wisconsin couples — one Republican and the other Democratic — are trying to bridge the partisan divide in the state.
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