Posted on: February 5th, 2021
“In the whole history of the United States, there have been just three gubernatorial recall elections. One person has seen two of them up close.
Paul Maslin was part of the political brain trust that helped elect Gov. Gray Davis twice, then failed to stave off the California recall that bounced him from office in 2003. As it happened, Maslin lived in Wisconsin where, in 2012, the Democratic pollster was among those working in a failed effort to replace the state’s Republican governor, Scott Walker.…”