Control of Wisconsin Senate Up in the Air
Shilling defeated Sen. Dan Kapanke. Unofficial results show Shilling captured 55 percent of the vote compared with 45 percent for Kapanke
King defeated incumbent Sen. Randy Hopper. Unofficial results show King with 51 percent of the vote compared with 49 percent for Hopper.
Incumbent Republican Sen. Luther Olsen has overcome a challenge from Democrat Fred Clark to prevail in a recall election.
Unofficial results from Tuesday's election show Olsen with 54 percent of the vote and Clark with 46 percent.
Sen. Sheila Harsdorf of River Falls defeated her Democratic challenger in one of six recall elections targeting Republican incumbents in the Wisconsin Senate.
Unofficial results in Tuesday's election show Harsdorf got 58 percent of the vote compared with 42 percent for Democrat Shelly Moore, an Ellsworth public school teacher.
Sen. Rob Cowles of Allouez defeated his Democratic challenger in one of six recall elections targeting Republican incumbents in the Wisconsin Senate.
Unofficial results in Tuesday's election show Cowles captured 58 percent of the vote compared with 42 percent for Democrat Nancy Nusbaum with 81 percent of precincts reporting.
Republican incumbents are trying to beat back Democratic challengers who stoked a backlash against the GOP and Gov. Scott Walker for their efforts to strip public employees of most union rights.
Democrats need to win the final race, as well as two next week targeting their own incumbents, in order to wrest control away from Republicans. One Democratic incumbent won his recall election last month.
As taken on : http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/08/09/six-republican-senators-face-recall-in-wisconsin/