Wisconsin voters went to the polls April 7 but waited until Monday to find out who won, thanks to uncertainty introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a look at who won in key races.
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Jill Karofsky's win over Dan Kelly cuts the court's conservative majority to 4-3, giving liberals a chance to take back control in 2023.
When all the Madison School Board votes were counted by early Tuesday morning, Christina Gomez Schmidt won a close race against Maia Pearson, while Nicki Vander Meulen easily bested challenger Wayne Strong.
As of 11:15 p.m. Monday, turnout for last week's election in Dane County was already higher than the April 2019 election
Almost one-third of the Dane County Board will be made up of newcomers after several won seats in uncontested elections Tuesday and three more were elected in contested races in results announced Monday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, who won the state four years ago, was still in the race when the polls closed last Tuesday, but he suspended his campaign the following day — nearly a week before results would be reported. On Monday, he endorsed Joe Biden.
Wisconsin voters by large margins have approved a controversial and significant constitutional amendment that alters state law by providing stronger protections for alleged crime victims.
Unofficial results also show Racine Unified School District's $1 billion referendum passing by just five votes in last week's spring election.
The plaintiffs say they filed the suit in advance of election results because they want to show the court that the suit "is not partisan."