Governor Sarah Palin appeared with Neal Cavuto on the FOX Business News Network last night prior to the Wisconsin race being called for Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. Palin was confident that the "good folks of Wisconsin would not recall Walker or Kleefisch". Reports earlier in the evening showed exit polling results at "50-50" with early returns having Walker and Kleefisch at 59%-60%. Wisconsin voters sent a clear message with both Walker and Kleefisch taking 53% of the vote. (Use the drop down menu to view results for each Wisconsin recalled office results.)
"Austerity is a good thing. This is a virtue that the governor is representing and he's just letting the public know that they have the opportunity to live within their means, actually cut government spending and allow private sector to create jobs. I think that the voters will embrace that."