The last time a Milwaukee politician was elected governor of Wisconsin was 1926, when Fred Zimmerman won the race.
Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker is hoping to duplicate that feat, although the political dynamics of 2010 have little in common with the nuances of The Progressive Era.
Walker’s primary opponent Mark Neumann hopes the anti-Milwaukee bias holds up, although the Milwaukee talk radio posse is gunning for him.
Read more analysis of the race in a new Milwaukee Biz Blog by BizTimes Milwaukee executive editor Steve Jagler.
– BizTimes Milwaukee