What will happen in Wisconsin?
Tonight, Gov. Scott Walker will either make history as the third governor in U.S. history to be recalled from office - or become emblazoned as a GOP hero who stood up to unions and Democrats to enact sweeping change that could signal an opening for action by other conservative governors.
And if Scott Walker does hold on to his job, it’s expected that Wisconsin, a traditionally “blue” state, could come into play this November - diverting the Obama campaign’s attention and cash to avoid further fallout in the Badger State.
Ed Schultz will join us from the ground in Madison during what promises to be another busy day on NOW.
Phil Musser, Fmr. RGA Executive Director/GOP Strategist (@pmusser)
Jonathan Capehart, The Washington Post/msnbc Contributor (@capehartj)
Rana Foroohar, TIME
Steve Kornacki, Salon.com/msnbc Contributor (@stevekornacki)
Ed Schultz (@edshow)
David Sanger, Author, “Confront and Conceal”/The New York Times (@sangernyt)
Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) (@senatorbarb)