We’ve been following the race in the Wisconsin effort to recall Governor Scott Walker because in our view this is the most important election in America before the Big One in November.We still hold to that belief, but this thing is looking less like a race and more like a coronation. With only two weeks left before the election, popular betting site Intrade gives Walker a 90 percent chance of winning—up about 25 points from his showing last week.Driving those Intrade numbers is a series of polls showing Walker with a steady and even growing lead. Beyond the raw numbers, Walker’s supporters seem to be even more energized than his Democratic supporters. There’s still time for Walker to make some kind of career-destroying gaffe or for some other unpredictable event to throw the race into chaos, but so far the momentum is all going his way.Republicans and blue dog Democrats all over the country will scrutinize the election returns with great care. If Walker holds on, look for more attacks on public union bargaining rights in other cash strapped states. Labor put everything it had into this one; if it comes up short the political landscape will have changed.