So who will win the Democratic gubernatorial primary tomorrow?

I know there’s been a lot of rather contentious back-and-forth here in the Cheddarsphere among supporters of former Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett as to who’s the more electable (and more suitable) candidate to go up against Republican Gov. Scott Walker, and tomorrow we’ll find out which Democrat will be Gov. Walker’s opponent.

So who do you think will be the Democratic gubernatorial nominee?


12 Responses to Put your May 8 primary predictions here!

  1. Monica says:

    All four are qualified…but my vote is for Mayor Barrett.

    • Zach W says:

      I agree that all four are qualified (to varying degrees), but I’m with you.

      Though I will say that any of the four Democrats would be better than Scott Walker.

  2. Phil Scarr says:

    For better or for worse, Tom Barrett will be the nominee. He will get a “do-over.”

  3. John says:

    It will be Tom Barret Falk just does not have the name nor personality to get elected. The early endorsements by the unions really hurt her chance.

  4. Mike says:

    Barrett: 55%
    Falk: 35%
    Vinehout: 5%
    La Follette: 5%

  5. Brian says:

    Barrett wins, but I’m not sure he’s any stronger now than he was 2 years ago.

    Barrett 42%
    Falk 35%
    Vinehout 12%
    La Follette 10%
    Fake Dem and write-ins <1%

    June election is the interesting one anyway. Very unpredictable. Just wish there were a stronger Dem candidate.

  6. Mark says:

    My prediction:

    Scott Walker 97%
    Arthur Kohl-Riggs 2%

    Gladys R. Huber 7% (Fake Democrat)
    Kathleen Vinehout 14%
    Doug La Follette 8%
    Kathleen Falk 29%
    Tom Barrett 41%

    • Jan Tessier says:

      My prediction is you’re medication is wearing off.

      • Mark says:

        Jan –

        I do not understand your reference. The only thing I can think of is you taking issues with my prediction of Gladys Huber at 7% and I think that is plausible since she is listed first on the ballot and there have been many studies that suggest first name on the ballot can get upwards of 4% points more just by being the first name on the ballot.

  7. Jan Tessier says:

    Your. Pardon my typo.

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