Decision 2014 – Election Results

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Governor - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 311,403 Reporting: 3,547 of 3,547
Mary Burke (D) 259,383
83%
Winner Winner
Brett Hulsey (D) 52,020
17%

Lieutenant Governor - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 260,882 Reporting: 3,547 of 3,547
Mary Jo Walters (D) 116,398
45%
John Lehman (D) 144,484
55%
Winner Winner

Attorney General - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 277,023 Reporting: 3,547 of 3,547
Susan Happ (D) 144,367
52%
Winner Winner
Ismael Ozanne (D) 42,555
15%
Jon Richards (D) 90,101
33%

Secretary of State - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 214,074 Reporting: 3,547 of 3,547
Julian Bradley (R) 138,734
65%
Winner Winner
Garey Bies (R) 75,340
35%

State Treasurer - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 230,906 Reporting: 3,505 of 3,547
Dave Leeper (D) 111,947
48%
David Sartori (D) 118,959
52%
Winner Winner

State Treasurer - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 211,559 Reporting: 3,505 of 3,547
Matt Adamczyk (R) 130,680
62%
Winner Winner
Randall Melchert (R) 80,879
38%

U.S. House District 3 - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 23,856 Reporting: 572 of 572
Tony Kurtz (R) 13,507
57%
Winner Winner
Ken Van Doren (R) 4,738
20%
Karen Mueller (R) 5,611
24%

U.S. House District 7 - Republican Primary

Incumbent Congressman Sean Duffy advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 29,626 Reporting: 705 of 705
Don Raihala (R) 3,574
12%
Sean Duffy (I) (R) 26,052
88%
Winner Winner

U.S. House District 7 - Democratic Primary

Kelly Westlund advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 23,590 Reporting: 705 of 705
Mike Krsiean (D) 5,264
22%
Kelly Westlund (D) 18,326
78%
Winner Winner

State Senate District 31 - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 5,168 Reporting: 171 of 171
Mel Pittman (R) 3,572
69%
Winner Winner
Bill Ingram (R) 1,596
31%

State Senate District 25 - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 10,691 Reporting: 195 of 195
Thomas Ratzlaff (D) 1,838
17%
Gary Kauther (D) 1,150
11%
Janet Bewley (D) 7,703
72%
Winner Winner

Assembly District 72 - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 2,461 Reporting: 33 of 33
Dana Duncan (D) 1,656
67%
Winner Winner
Tom Rayome (D) 805
33%

Assembly District 75 - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 5,673 Reporting: 55 of 55
Ken Mandley (R) 1,819
32%
Romaine Quinn (R) 3,854
68%
Winner Winner

Assembly District 87 - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
Total Votes: 5,183 Reporting: 89 of 89
Michael Bub (R) 1,434
28%
Scott Noble (R) 960
19%
James Edming (R) 1,451
28%
Winner Winner
Shirl Labarre (R) 1,338
26%

Dunn Co. Sheriff - Democratic Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
County: Dunn Total Votes: 4,314 Reporting: 35 of 35
Dennis Smith (I) (D) 2,428
56%
Winner Winner
Chris Kruse (D) 1,886
44%

Trempealeau Co. Sheriff - Democratic Primary

Richard Anderson advances to the November 4 general election.
County: Trempealeau Total Votes: 2,453 Reporting: 26 of 26
Richard Anderson (I) (D) 1,406
57%
Winner Winner
Terrence Daffinson (D) 1,047
43%

Clark Co. Sheriff - Republican Primary

The winner advances to the November 4 general election.
County: Clark Total Votes: 2,119 Reporting: 50 of 50
Gary Leichtman (R) 833
39%
Greg Herrick (R) 1,286
61%
Winner Winner

Walker, Burke tied in latest poll

Updated: 09/17/2014 - The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday shows Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are tied among registered voters.
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Civil rights group files gay marriage lawsuit

Posted: 09/17/2014 - A civil rights group has filed a lawsuit seeking recognition of gay couples who married in June after a judge struck down Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage.
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