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Earlier today I wrote about Governor Scott Walker (R. WI) stumping for gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli (R. VA).  I also received this e-mail from the Wisconsin Democratic Party arguing that Walker and Cuccinelli are two peas in a pod:
I really didn’t want to jump on the bandwagon of spooky, punny, Halloween-themed pleas today.

So I’ve got a Halloween game for you instead. This weekend, Scott Walker is headed out of town to stump for Tea Party radical Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor’s race.

In case you’re not familiar with him, Cuccinelli became a Tea Party darling following his stint as the chief advocate for Virginia’s forced transvaginal ultrasound bill. Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republicans picked up the mantle and ran with it here, pursuing the exact same kind of extreme legislation.

Scott Walker and Ken Cuccinelli are virtually indistinguishable when it comes to anti-woman policies: Take our quiz below and see if you can tell them apart.

Click here if you think Scott Walker says forced ultrasounds are "just fine."

Click here if you think Ken Cuccinelli says forced ultrasounds are "just fine."

No word yet on whether Walker and Cuccinelli will only be discussing forced ultrasounds, or if they’ll chat about jobs failure and how to kick people off healthcare, too. But whatever they’re doing, it’s sure to be about as popular with folks in Wisconsin and Virginia as toothbrushes and dental floss are with Trick or Treat-ers.

Hope you enjoy your Halloween, and thanks for taking our quiz.

-- Melissa

Click here if you think Scott Walker says forced ultrasounds are "just fine."

Click here if you think Ken Cuccinelli says forced ultrasounds are "just fine."

Originally posted to pdc on Thu Oct 31, 2013 at 04:00 PM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive, The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party, Sluts, Feminism, Pro-Feminism, Womanism: Feminist Issues, Ideas, & Activism, RaceGender DiscrimiNATION, and This Week in the War on Women.

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