If counted, the unopened absentee ballot — found on Monday as village staff members were cleaning up from last week's election — could lead to a tie between Brad Czebotar and Carolyn Clow.
Voters on Tuesday decided races for state Supreme Court, Madison mayor, Madison School Board and a variety of local municipal and school board races. Here's a look at who won what.
La Crosse Assistant Police Chief Rob Abraham criticized La Crosse County Circuit Court judges on Election Day while filling out his ballot, according to a tweet sent from his personal Twitter account.
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The turnout for the spring election in Madison doubled the number of votes cast in the primary election six weeks ago, but still was only a third of the voting-age population.
Paul Soglin, the city's moustached face of the city for 14 years in the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s and then two straight four-year terms ending this month, lost to former Ald. Satya Rhodes-Conway.
Fitchburg Mayor Jason Gonzalez, under fire for missing work as a volunteer fireman and reprimanded for misconduct in his work as a lawyer was soundly defeated by City Council member Aaron Richardson in Tuesday's election.
Nine new members -- none with prior experience holding an elected office -- were elected to the 20-member Madison City Council on Tuesday.
Hagedorn led liberal-backed Lisa Neubauer by 5,911 votes out of 1.2 million cast, based on unofficial results. That is a difference of about 0.49 percentage point, close enough for Neubauer to request a recount but she would have to pay for it.
Two village trustees, Kyle Smith and Brit Springer, are vying to be the next president of the village of Brooklyn in Tuesday’s election. Smith did not respond to a questionnaire.
Four candidates are running for three trustee seats on the Cambridge Village Board. Three of them are incumbents (I). Current village president Steven Struss, did not respond to requests for comment. The positions are for two-year terms.
A former City Council member is challenging incumbent Mark Wellnitz, who did not respond to requests for comment for the District 3 seat on the Edgerton City Council. The election is for a two-year term.
Incumbent Dorothy Krause is being challenged by Rich Tate for a two-year term on the Fitchburg City Council in District 1, Seat 1, in the April 2 election. (I) is for incumbent.
Two candidates are vying to replace Amanda Hall, who resigned from the Madison City Council’s District 3 seat on the Far East Side in February. The election is April 2. The term is two years.
Two candidates are vying to succeed Ald. Larry Palm, who did not seek re-election to the Madison City Council in the 12th District, which encompasses parts of the East and North sides. The election is April 2. The term is two years.
The Mount Horeb Village President Randy Littel faces challenger Thomas Orshall in the April 2 election. The term is for two years. Orshall is also running for village trustee and would have to choose one office if elected to both. (I) indicates incumbent.
Incumbent Tom Clauder and challenger Matthew D. Jones are vying for a two-year term on the Fitchburg City Council for District 4, Seat 7, in the April 2 election. (I) indicates incumbent.
Five candidates are running for three seats on the Mount Horeb Village Board in the April 2 election. Candidate Thomas G. Orshall is also running for village president and would have to choose one office if elected to both. The terms are two years. (I) indicates incumbent.
Two UW-Madison freshmen are running to be the next Madison City Council member from the 8th District, which encompasses much of the campus area. The seat is being vacated by Ald. Zach Wood, who was elected in 2015.