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2017 April General Election

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State Superintendent Of Public Instruction

Winner will serve a four-year term

3563 of 3563 Precincts Reporting
Tony Evers 494,846
70%
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Lowell E. Holtz 212,536
30%
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Eleva-Strum School District Referendum Question 1

Trempealeau County

$2,100,000 for ongoing maintenance over three years

8 of 8 Precincts Reporting
Yes 696
64%
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No 390
36%
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Eleva-Strum School District Referendum Question 2

Trempealeau County

$12,000,000 for new elementary school

8 of 8 Precincts Reporting
Yes 605
56%
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No 482
44%
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Thorp School District Referendum- Question 1

Clark County

$4,500,000 for maintenance

11 of 11 Precincts Reporting
Yes 392
58%
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No 283
42%
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Thorp School District Referendum- Question 2

Clark County

$3,200,000 for activity center

11 of 11 Precincts Reporting
No 444
66%
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Yes 224
34%
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Osseo Fire Department Referendum

Trempealeau County

Increase levy by 8.21 percent for a new fire station

1 of 1 Precincts Reporting
Yes 274
75%
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No 92
25%
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Altoona City Council - District 4

Eau Claire County

Winner serves a two-year term

1 of 1 Precincts Reporting
Matthew Biren 122
65%
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Ray Henning 66
35%
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Lake Hallie Village Trustee

Chippewa County

Two winners serve a two-year term

1 of 1 Precincts Reporting
Gary Spilde 274
34%
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Peter Lehmann 219
27%
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Allyson Gommer 203
25%
Keith Velie 114
14%
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Loyal Mayor

Clark County

Winner serves a two-year term

2 of 2 Precincts Reporting
David Williams 148
59%
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Carmen Englebretson 104
41%
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Owen Mayor

Clark County

Winner serves a two-year term

3 of 3 Precincts Reporting
Charles Milliren 146
69%
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Bernie Shelton (write-in) 48
23%
Daniel Hooks 17
8%
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Trempealeau County Circuit Court Judge

Trempealeau

Winner serves a six-year term

26 of 26 Precincts Reporting
Rian Radtke 2,856
52%
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Rick Schaumberg 2,594
48%
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Amery School District Referendum

Polk County

To exceed revenue cap by $1,900,000

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting
Yes 1,261
56%
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No 998
44%
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Barron Area School District Referendum

Barron County

$7,000,000 for remodel and adding another gymnasium

19 of 19 Precincts Reporting
No 656
56%
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Yes 516
44%
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Cameron School District Referendum

Barron County

$1,025,000 over three years for recurring purposes

7 of 7 Precincts Reporting
No 322
54%
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Yes 277
46%
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Hayward Community School District Referendum

Sawyer County

$10,000,000 over five years for non-recurring educational programs

13 of 13 Precincts Reporting
No 1,433
51%
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Yes 1,374
49%
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Holmen School District Referendum- Question 1

La Crosse County

$900,000 for high school imporovments

6 of 6 Precincts Reporting
Yes 1,856
64%
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No 1,042
36%
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Holmen School District Referendum- Question 2

La Crosse County

$300,000 for synthetic turf

6 of 6 Precincts Reporting
Yes 1,571
54%
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No 1,322
46%
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La Crosse County PRAT Referendum

La Crosse County

Advisory referendum on a proposed additional 1/2 percent sales tax on certain businesses to help fund infrastructure needs on county roads.

53 of 53 Precincts Reporting
Yes 8,361
55%
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No 6,863
45%
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Osceola School District Referendum

Polk County

$3,800,000 for resolution to exceed revenue cap

7 of 7 Precincts Reporting
No 1,100
53%
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Yes 967
47%
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Saint Croix Falls School District Referendum

Polk County

$5,200,000 for school improvements

9 of 9 Precincts Reporting
Yes 810
69%
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No 356
31%
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Turtle Lake School District Referendum

Barron and Polk counties

$4,631,000 for non-recurring purposes over 5 years

9 of 9 Precincts Reporting
Yes 522
56%
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No 402
44%