So far, most polls are showing Walker in the lead. We all know this, but what to look and wait for is the gap. Lets assume Walker wins by a 5 to 8 point spread. This could be a warning shot to Obama. And what if later on future polls show the same margin for Romney? Let's say come September all polls show Romney with an 7 or 8 point spread in Wisconsin, and at the same time Romney has a 10(or so) point lead in Nevada, Iowa, Virginia, North Carolina, Indiania, Ohio, and Michigan. Romney Beats Obama. Those are states Romney should take easily. Pennsylvania and Florida should go to Romney, but as you know, Voter fraud is very likely in those swing states. The GOP and Conservatives would have to vote in the masses to win those states. If you were to work with the electoral map, there are a few scenarios where Obama can still lose while winning the three tri-fector states.