Between Oak Creek and Racine, Caledonia is big on Republicans. Check out this inside glance by Patch reporter Denise Lockwood:
Voters in Caledonia headed to the polls … The turnout was higher than expected at just over 45 percent. Why People Voted the Way They Did:
Ron Jorgensen said he voted for Gov. Scott Walker, but he didn't cast a vote in the state Senate election. "I like Walker, I like the job he's been doing so far." Jorgensen said. "I know some people who work for the state and they have benefits that I don't even have, I guess it's because I'm not in union."
Jorgensen said he's against the recall though. "If you don't like whose in office, then vote for someone else in the next election," he said.
Steve Binder said he voted for Gov. Scott Walker because he believes in what he is doing with the state. "But I don't believe in how they are putting up fake Democrats and Republicans on both sides," he said. "I'm pretty discouraged about this recall. I think it's a massive waste of money."
Binder said he voted for John Lehman in the state Senate race because he was familiar with him and not Tamra Varebrook. However, he didn't plan to vote for Lehman in the June election.