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Decision 2014 – Election Results

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Eau Claire City Referendum

Shall a charter ordinance be enacted that would require a binding referendum before $1,000,000 or more in city funds can be expended on any building construction that is planned for dramatic, musical, or artistic performances?
County: Eau Claire/Chippewa Total Votes: 13,764 Reporting: 60 out of 60 reporting units
Yes 5,626
41%
No 8,138
59%
Winner Winner

Eau Claire County Referendum

Should the County of Eau Claire pledge $3,500,000 to help fund the construction of "The Confluence" Community Arts Center Project located in downtown Eau Claire?
County: Eau Claire Total Votes: 21,357 Reporting: 77 out of 77 reporting units
Yes 11,579
54%
Winner Winner
No 9,778
46%

City Council President - Eau Claire

Winner serves a three-year term as City Council President.
County: Eau Claire/Chippewa Total Votes: 13,066 Reporting: 60 out of 60 reporting units
Monica Lewis 5,489
42%
Kerry Kincaid (I) 7,577
58%
Winner Winner

La Crosse School District Referendum

To exceed the revenue limit by $4,175,000 per year for five years for educational programs, building safety and maintenance and technology.
County: La Crosse/Vernon Total Votes: 6,204 Reporting: 36 out of 36 reporting units
Yes 4,185
67%
Winner Winner
No 2,019
33%

Mayor - City of Menomonie

The winner will serve a two-year term.
County: Dunn Total Votes: 1,977 Reporting: 11 out of 11 reporting units
Andrew Mercil 914
46%
Randy Knaack (I) 1,063
54%
Winner Winner

Owen-Withee School District Referendum

To exceed the revenue limit by $300,000 per year for five years. It's for operational and maintenance expenses.
County: Clark/Taylor Total Votes: 745 Reporting: 18 out of 18 reporting units
Yes 512
69%
Winner Winner
No 233
31%

Tomah School District Referendum

To exceed revenue limit by a total of $2,550,000 for sustaining educational programs and to maintain current levels of operational expenses.
County: Monroe/Juneau/Jackson Total Votes: 3,063 Reporting: 22 out of 22 reporting units
Yes 1,547
51%
Winner Winner
No 1,516
49%

Mayor - City of Tomah

The winner will serve a two-year term.
County: Monroe Total Votes: 1,310 Reporting: 1 out of 1 reporting unit
Le Roy Kelsey 504
38%
Shannon Hough 806
62%
Winner Winner

Mayor - Black River Falls

The winner will serve a two-year term
County: Jackson Total Votes: 774 Reporting: 4 out of 4 reporting units
Ron Danielson (I) 548
71%
Winner Winner
Randy Molini 226
29%

Mayor - City of Mondovi

The winner will serve a two-year term.
County: Buffalo Total Votes: 636 Reporting: 1 out of 1 reporting unit
Treig Pronschinske 403
63%
Winner Winner
Ed Adams 233
37%

West Salem School District Referendum - Question 1

$32,000,000 to build a new middle school for grades 4-8 and related site work; infrastructure and capital improvements on the District's campus, including building an access road and acquiring furnishings, fixtures, and equipment.
County: La Crosse Total Votes: 2,727 Reporting: 9 out of 9 reporting units
Yes 1,188
44%
No 1,539
56%

West Salem School District Referendum - Question 2

$500,000 for non-recurring purposes, consisting of security improvements at the Elementary School.
County: La Crosse Total Votes: 2,721 Reporting: 9 out of 9 reporting units
Yes 1,613
59%
No 1,108
41%

Mayor - City of Augusta

The winner will serve a two-year term
County: Eau Claire Total Votes: 208 Reporting: 1 out of 1 reporting unit
Delton Thorson (I) 208
100%
Winner Winner

Mayor - City of Altoona

The winner will serve a two-year term.
County: Eau Claire Total Votes: 1,083 Reporting: 4 out of 4 reporting units
Jack Blackburn (I) 1,083
100%
Winner Winner

Walker's favorability drops in new poll

Posted: 07/23/2014 - After weeks of negative attack ads against Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, a new poll shows that roughly the same percentage of voters have a favorable view of her as those who don't.
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New poll shows Obama approval rating dips

Posted: 07/23/2014 - President Barack Obama's approval rating is almost unchanged in Wisconsin, with 46 percent of registered voters saying they approve of the job he's doing.
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Van Hollen: Gay marriage isn't a fundamental right

Updated: 07/23/2014 - Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says the U.S. Constitution's equal protection clause doesn't cover sexual orientation the same way it does gender discrimination and there's no fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
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