With family at her side and her baby in her arms, Kelda Helen Roys conceded in the Democratic gubernatorial primary to state Superintendent Tony Evers Tuesday, vowing to help him win the general election while emphasizing the importance of Dane County in the statewide race this fall.
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Evers says he wants to hold the governor accountable; Walker says "Wisconsin is working" and Evers would be a step backward.
Evers emerged from an eight-person field that included the longtime mayor of Madison, the head of the state's firefighters union and a political activist who refused to become a member of the Democratic Party.
With all but three precincts reporting Tuesday night, Madison had a turnout of 30.3 percent and Dane County at 29 percent of their voting-age eligible populations.
The winner of the primary secured the District 77 seat since no Republican or independent challenger is running for the office.
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