Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett may consider Tuesday's loss in Wisconsin's recall election a metaphorical slap in the face. One of Barrett's constituents took it a step forward, and made the slap literal.
After conceding the special election to current Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Tuesday night, Barrett addressed those who had gathered at his election headquarters in Milwaukee. While mingling with supporters, a woman approached Barrett and asked if she could slap him. Despite Barrett's objections, the woman did it anyway.
According to ABC News, the woman was upset that Barrett had conceded the race despite the fact that people were still trying to vote.
Walker won the heavily contested special election by a margin of 53 percent to Barrett's 46 percent.