The Romney camp sees hope for an upset victory in Wisconsin. The Republican Presidential nominee will visit the state for the first time since Wisconsin GOP Governor Scott Walker survived a heated recall election. The Midwestern state hasn’t voted for a Republican president since 1984. But, Walker’s survival of a Democratic push to get him out of office has given Republicans hope that Romney can beat President Obama in Wisconsin. Romney plans to visit Janesville, Wisconsin, a town hard hit by the recession. The recall election for Walker was held after he challenged Wisconsin public sector unions.