In this Oct. 31, 2012 photo, volunteer Rita Pincsak, right, staffs a Republican phone bank in Waukesha, Wis. With Tuesday’s election finally over, Wisconsinites are entering a period of unusual political calm. Since 2010 the state has been caught up in an endless series of elections, recalls and recounts. But for now the political races are over. That means a breather for busy campaign volunteers, a break for residents overwhelmed by robocalls, and more flexibility for advertisers who saw all the best TV spots get snapped up by deeper-pocketed buyers of campaign and issue ads. (AP Photo/Dinesh Ramde)

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In this Oct. 31, 2012 photo, volunteer Rita Pincsak, right, staffs a Republican phone bank in Waukesha, Wis. With Tuesday’s election finally over, Wisconsinites are entering a period of unusual political calm. Since 2010 the state has been caught up in an endless series of elections, recalls and recounts. But for now the political races are over. That means a breather for busy campaign volunteers, a break for residents overwhelmed by robocalls, and more flexibility for advertisers who saw all the best TV spots get snapped up by deeper-pocketed buyers of campaign and issue ads. (AP Photo/Dinesh Ramde)
In this Oct. 31, 2012 photo, volunteer Rita Pincsak, right, staffs a Republican phone bank in Waukesha, Wis. With Tuesday’s election finally over, Wisconsinites are entering a period of unusual political calm. Since 2010 the state has been caught up in an endless series of elections, recalls and recounts. But for now the political races are over. That means a breather for busy campaign volunteers, a break for residents overwhelmed by robocalls, and more flexibility for advertisers who saw all the best TV spots get snapped up by deeper-pocketed buyers of campaign and issue ads. (AP Photo/Dinesh Ramde)
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