- Start of day: Prosser -204.
- Winnebago +244 Prosser.
- Dane: +20 Klopp w/o city Madison,
- Madison: Klopp +11 in city Madison with 27% in
- Lafayette +18 Prosser.
- Pepin County: -6 for Prosser,
- End of day: Prosser +21
This is an encouraging development for conservatives, of course, but the final (pre-recount) outcome is still very much undetermined. Today's bottom line remains the same as yesterday's: There's a long road ahead. So long, in fact, that even if Kloppenburg prevails, she likely won't be seated in time to rule on Governor Walker's budget law.
UPDATE: Ed Morrissey is keeping an eye on accusations of voter fraud in the Badger State.
UPDATE II: Prosser builds his lead, thanks to a clerical error being discovered:
A member of the board of canvassers for Waukesha County says David Prosser picked up 200 votes in New Berlin after a clerical error was discovered.
Question: Is it time for Prosser to declare victory to match Kloppenburg's premature declaration?
Update III: The rollercoaster curves again, as Kloppenburg gains on Prosser, but still trails.
UPDATE IV: Prosser's lead is now down to 12 (!) Follow the minute-by-minute drama HERE.
UPDATE V: Kloppenburg reclaims a tiny lead.
UPDATE VI: Oh my --
Numerous sources tell me Prosser will pick up 7000 votes in Waukesha Cty. 14,000 votes were apparently not entered into computer system.
(That update courtesy of WTMJ in Milwaukee).