Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn has successfully defeated Repug Craig Huey for the Congressional Seat held by former Congresswoman Jane Harman. Final poll results show that Ms. Hahn won her election with 54.6% of votes cast compared with Mr. Huey receiving 45.4% of votes cast. Hahn had defeated California Secretary of State in a Primary earlier this year. Both political parties had been heavily invovled in the election and Repugs viewed the election as a chance to stem the tide of Democratic Victories, after loosing the New York Congressional Election earlier this year. Meanwhile, voters in Wisconsin successfully foiled the plans by Repugs to put Six (06) "Phony" Dems in Primaries held in that state yesterday. The winners Tuesday are the following: 1. Former Brown County Executive Nancy Nusbaum of De Pere defeated Otto Junkermann of Allouez, one time Repug state representative and past supporter of Senator Rob Cowles (R-Allouez). 2. Representative Sandy Pasch (D-Whitefish Bay) defeated Gladys Huber, a Repug stalwart from Mequon. Pasch will face Senator Alberta Darling(R-River Falls). 3. Shelly Moore, teacher and official of the state teachers union from River Falls, defeated Issac Weix of Menomonie. Weix is a failed candidate in past state primaries. Moore will face Senator Sheila Harsdorf (R-Riverfalls). 4. Representative Fred Clark (D-Baraboo) defeated Repug Rol Church . Mr. Clark will now face Senator Luther Olsen (R-Ripon). 5. Jessica King, former Deputy Mayor of Oshkosh defeated John Bukstaff. She will now face Senator Randy Hopper (R-Fond du Lac). 6. Representative Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) defeated Repug James D. Smith. Ms. Shilling face Senator Dan Kapanke (R-La Crosse). Many voters reportedreceiving RoBo calls telling them NOT to Vote on Tuesday and that their Absentee Ballots "Were In The Mail". Such attempts at Voter Supression clearly failed. Wisconsin State Repugs maintained in the weeks leading up to the election that their only purpose in mounting the "Protest" Dems was to buy for their candidates. Wisconsin Governor Scot Walker will face possible recall after he has been in office One (01) Calendar Year.