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.
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.
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.
After a campaign that prioritized racial equity, affordable housing, transportation, and climate change, as well as differences in personality and style, Rhodes-Conway topped Soglin by roughly 62 percent to 38 percent.
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.
Cristiana Carusi, Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli won their respective races Tuesday to serve three-year terms on the Madison School Board.
Nine new members -- none with prior experience holding an elected office -- were elected to the 20-member Madison City Council on Tuesday.
Sun Prairie will build a second high school. DeForest will build an additional intermediate school.