Decision 2015 – Spring Election Results

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Supreme Court Justice - State of Wisconsin

Total Votes: 809,562 Reporting: 3,514 of 3,514
James Daley 339,590
42%
Ann Walsh Bradley 469,972
58%
Winner Winner
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Court of Appeals - District 3

Total Votes: 188,740 Reporting: 1,165 of 1,165
Kristina Bourget 79,789
42%
Mark Seidl 108,951
58%
Winner Winner
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Constitutional Amendment to Elect Chief Justice

Total Votes: 814,295 Reporting: 3,514 of 3,514
Yes 431,954
53%
Winner Winner
No 382,341
47%
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Eau Claire City Council - District 4

Total Votes: 1,512 Reporting: 16 of 16
Bob Von Haden 761
50%
Winner Winner
Sandra McKinney 751
50%
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Village President - Lake Hallie

Total Votes: 724 Reporting: 1 of 1
John Neihart (I) 352
49%
Wayne Walkoviak 372
51%
Winner Winner
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Police Referendum - City of Black River Falls

Total Votes: 1,040 Reporting: 4 of 4
Yes 521
50%
Winner Winner
No 519
50%
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Mayor - City of Owen

Total Votes: 295 Reporting: 1 of 1
Thomas Nelson 223
76%
Winner Winner
Patrick Pfeffer 72
24%
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Durand School District Referendum

$13,480,000 for renovations and additions to Caddie Woodlawn Elementary School and Durand Middle/Senior High School
Total Votes: 2,053 Reporting: 16 of 16
Yes 1,163
57%
Winner Winner
No 890
43%
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Bruce School District Referendum

$2,000,000 for operating expenses
Total Votes: 904 Reporting: 12 of 12
Yes 662
73%
Winner Winner
No 242
27%
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Alma School District Referendum - Question 1

$3,000,000 to pay for energy effiency improvements including new geothermal HVAC system, upgrades and/or replacements to lighting, electrical, windows, technology grounds and transportation vehicles.
Total Votes: 569 Reporting: 9 of 9
Yes 382
67%
Winner Winner
No 187
33%
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Alma School District Referendum - Question 2

$1,225,000 to pay district operation and maintenance costs.
Total Votes: 566 Reporting: 9 of 9
Yes 371
66%
Winner Winner
No 195
34%
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West Salem School District Referendum

$31,200,000 for building a new middle school; renovating and repurposing the existing middle school; improving and/or repairing outdoor facilities including the bus garage, swimming pool, running track, and stadium; constructing tennis courts and ball diamonds; and acquiring related fixtures, furnishings and equipment.
Total Votes: 3,095 Reporting: 10 of 10
Yes 1,405
45%
No 1,690
55%
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Holmen School District Referendum - Question 1

$2,620,000 to Implement one-to-one wireless mobile device technology at the Holmen Middle School and at the Holmen High School.
Total Votes: 2,731 Reporting: 6 of 6
Yes 1,427
52%
Winner Winner
No 1,304
48%
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Holmen School District Referendum - Question 2

$335,000 for ongoing building maintenance needs and the ongoing replacement of school vehicles.
Total Votes: 2,726 Reporting: 6 of 6
Yes 1,644
60%
Winner Winner
No 1,082
40%
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Unity School District Referendum

$18,035,000 for building an auditorium gymnasium addition and science classroom additions to the high school renovating District building entrances for security and saftey purposes reconfiguring bus drop off and parking space zones making facility infrastructure renovations and acquiring related fixtures furnishings and equipment
Total Votes: 1,187 Reporting: 11 of 11
Yes 483
41%
No 704
59%
Winner Winner
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Glenwood City School District Referendum - Question 1

$4,740,000 for the cost of improvements to the school district's buildings and grounds including imporved air quality and energy efficient heating and ventilation upgrades and roof upgrades; safety and security imporovements including relocation of elementary and high school offices; school traffic flow, parking; fire alarm replacement; exterior building lighting improvements; technology upgrades.
Total Votes: 994 Reporting: 11 of 11
Yes 790
79%
Winner Winner
No 204
21%
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Glenwood City School District Referendum - Question 2

$4,500,000 to pay the cost of improved air quality and energy efficiency upgrades to the heating and ventilating system at the middle/high school building.
Total Votes: 893 Reporting: 11 of 11
Yes 588
66%
Winner Winner
No 305
34%
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St. Croix Falls School District Referendum

$1,200,000 to finance pupil technology
Total Votes: 910 Reporting: 10 of 10
Yes 401
44%
No 509
56%
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Ellsworth School District Referendum

$3,900,000 to exceed the revenue cap for non-recurring purposes consisting of maintaining educational programming, technology, and facilities.
Total Votes: 2,813 Reporting: 15 of 16
Yes 1,813
64%
No 1,000
36%
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Clayton School District Referendum

$1,200,000 to exceed revenue cap for non-recurring purposes consisting of operational expenses.
Total Votes: 424 Reporting: 5 of 5
Yes 251
59%
Winner Winner
No 173
41%
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Baldwin-Woodville School District Referendum

$13,950,000 for the cost of constructing additions and improvements to Greenfield Elementary School, including remodeling projects to improve safety and security; and acquiring fixtures, furnishings and equipment.
Total Votes: 1,447 Reporting: 11 of 11
Yes 1,051
73%
Winner Winner
No 396
27%
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Rib Lake School District Referendum

$4,000,000 for facilities and operational maintenance costs
Total Votes: 949 Reporting: 6 of 6
Yes 547
58%
Winner Winner
No 402
42%
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Adams-Friendship School District Referendum

$2,500,000 to build a Fine Arts Center
Total Votes: 3,026 Reporting: 15 of 15
Yes 1,576
52%
Winner Winner
No 1,450
48%
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Viroqua School District Referendum

$1,750,000 to exceed the revenue cap for educational programming and maintaining district facilities.
Total Votes: 1,407 Reporting: 12 of 13
Yes 934
66%
No 473
34%
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La Farge School District Referendum - Question 2

$5,600,000 for improvements and additions to the district's K-12 building.
Total Votes: 570 Reporting: 7 of 7
Yes 216
38%
No 354
62%
Winner Winner
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La Farge School District Referendum - Question 1

$1,920,000 for the construction of a community wellness facility addition to the K-12 building.
Total Votes: 583 Reporting: 7 of 7
Yes 254
44%
No 329
56%
Winner Winner
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Mauston School District Referendum - Question 1

$1,500,000 for continuing education programs and services
Total Votes: 1,370 Reporting: 11 of 12
Yes 727
53%
No 643
47%
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Mauston School District Referendum - Question 2

$2,500,000 for district-wide school facility improvement program
Total Votes: 1,357 Reporting: 11 of 12
Yes 602
44%
No 755
56%
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Mauston School District Referendum - Question 3

$1,125,000 for technology
Total Votes: 1,363 Reporting: 11 of 12
Yes 612
45%
No 751
55%

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Democrat Sanders to bring his message to Madison

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After court ruling, Obama says more to do on health care

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