Millions of dollars are pouring into Wisconsin from wealthy conservatives nationwide, and labor unions are preparing to pump resources into the campaign of whichever Democrat faces off against Walker. (An early May primary will determine that.)
Thirteen of Walker’s top 20 donors are from places such as Texas, New York and Wyoming, home of No. 10 on the list, Foster Friess, the wealthy investor who has repeatedly stepped in to keep Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign solvent
Freeman says the signatures of a million Wisconsinites prove the recall can win without the kind of money Walker will have. “The rules have changed and Walker and his PACs can raise unlimited money, but we’ll be okay because people’s views of Walker are already set,” she says.