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Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) said Monday that the Supreme Court election victory of a liberal judge in his state is a "true wake-up call" for Republicans, and he warned of a potential "blue wave" that could come in November's midterms.

Rebecca Dallet defeated Circuit Court Judge Michael Screnock last Tuesday for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, the first time a liberal won a race for an open seat on the court since 1995.

Walker published a series of tweets about Dallet's victory, saying "big government special interests ... [will] target me and work to undo our bold reforms."

Walker said on "Fox & Friends" that the rhetoric by Democratic candidates running for governor in his state is filled with "hatred and anger" toward him, President Trump and Republicans in general.

"The best way to counter that is through optimism and organization," Walker said. "We've got a great story to tell. We just can't assume that our friends and neighbors know about it."

According to Fox 6 in Milwaukee, Dallet said her victory "was a rejection of special interest influence on Wisconsin's Supreme Court."

“I think people are tired of what’s been going on in our state in terms of the money coming in to buy these elections and people spoke out tonight,” she said.

Watch the video above.


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