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Over the time that I've been following the state senate recalls, I've found myself going back to a lot of the same pages, and referring a lot of other people to said pages. I decided it wouldn't be a horrible idea to compile all of these pages into a diary. If there's anything you think should be here that isn't just let me know and I'll add it.

Senate District Maps: You can either get a map of any individual senate district, or click on the first link on the list at the bottom of the page for a statewide map with a list of the current occupants of each district at the bottom.
Assemby District Maps: Same thing as the Senate maps, but for the Assembly.
State Senate Districts by presidential results: Has numbers for both Obama / McCain and Bush / Kerry. Also has the partisan affiliation of each Senator and their last reelection numbers.
Wisconsin Legislauture, pre-2010 elections: Gives a fuller picture of our bench in some districts.
Government Accountability Board Election Results Page: Election results are fun a nerdy.
GAB Recall information Page: Information on the recall elections.
Wisconsin Bluebook: Lots of information on Wisconsin government, including results of past elections, biographies of legislators, and more. Not updated since before the 2010 elections. h/t glame.
Past Election Results by Assembly District: Election results dating back to 2002 by Assembly district (2002 results are for AG, 2006 for Governor, and 2004 and 2008 for President). Warning: Excel File. h/t glame.
Past Election Results by Senate District: Same as above, but for the Senate Districts. h/t glame.
Journal Sentinel Online Politics Portal: Great coverage of Wisconsin politics.

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