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Lori Compas, Netroots Challenger to Wisconsin Senate Republican Scott Fitzgerald, Posts Irreverent YouTube Riposte, And It Takes Off

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Monday, May 14 2012

Her husband made her do it: Lori Compas spoofs Scott Fitzgerald's comment that her husband is behind her campaign

Lori Compas, a Democrat who's challenging Wisconsin state Senate Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) in the state's June 5 recall election, had a rather unusual Mother's Day this year: She spent at least part of the day ... Read More

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