The votes are counted in the Wisconsin recall election, and Scott Walker will remain as governor in a victory big enough to avoid a recount.
The contest was widely seen as a test of union strength in Wisconsin and the ability of the GOP and Tea Party supporters to get out the vote.
So what does it all mean? Here are the mass media reports on the day after Walker’s win, which show mixed perceptions of what the vote means for the 2012 presidential contest between former Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.
Wisconsin Recall Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted
Scott Walker Defeats Tom Barrett In Wisconsin Recall Election
Gov. Scott Walker Defeats Recall Challenge in Wisconsin
Gov. Walker fends off recall effort
Wisconsin recall: The biggest losers
A victory for curbs on public worker unions
Wisconsin's Walker survives recall by wide margin
Walker emerges victorious in Wisconsin recall
How Scott Walker won the Wisconsin recall election
How did Scott Walker win Wisconsin?