Decision 2014 – State Election Results

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Governor

Reporting: 100%
Scott Walker (GOP)1,259,162
53%
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Mary Burke (Dem)1,121,555
47%
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Attorney General

Reporting: 100%
Brad Schimel (GOP)1,211,218
53%
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Susan Happ (Dem)1,065,780
47%
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Secretary of State

Reporting: 100%
Doug La Follette (Dem)1,159,836
50%
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Julian Bradley (GOP)1,073,407
46%
Andy Craig (Lib)58,882
3%
Jerry Broitzman (CST)25,849
1%
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Treasurer

Reporting: 100%
Matt Adamczyk (GOP)1,118,834
49%
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David Sartori (Dem)1,025,500
45%
Ron Hardy (Grn)65,933
3%
Jerry Shidell (Lib)52,979
2%
Andrew Zuelke (CST)28,112
1%
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U.S. House District 3

Reporting: 100%
Ron Kind (Dem)155,221
57%
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Tony Kurtz (GOP)118,669
43%
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U.S. House District 7

Reporting: 100%
Sean Duffy (GOP)169,451
59%
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Kelly Westlund (Dem)112,895
39%
Lawrence Dale (Grn)3,661
1%
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State Senate District 31

Reporting: 100%
Kathleen Vinehout (Dem)35,477
52%
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Mel Pittman (GOP)32,271
48%
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State Senate District 23

Reporting: 100%
Terry Moulton (GOP)39,495
61%
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Phil Swanhorst (Dem)25,119
39%
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State Senate District 29

Reporting: 100%
Jerry Petrowski (GOP)45,844
66%
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Paul Demain (Dem)23,892
34%
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State Senate District 25

Reporting: 100%
Janet Bewley (Dem)35,050
51%
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Dane Deutsch (GOP)33,326
49%
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State Assembly District 93

Reporting: 100%
Warren Petryk (GOP)13,348
55%
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Jeff Smith (Dem)10,739
45%
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State Assembly District 68

Reporting: 100%
Kathy Bernier (GOP)11,282
53%
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Jeff Peck (Dem)10,072
47%
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State Assembly District 67

Reporting: 100%
Tom Larson (GOP)13,347
61%
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Gary Stene (Dem)8,689
39%
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State Assembly District 92

Reporting: 100%
Chris Danou (Dem)11,853
57%
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Isaac Weix (GOP)9,088
43%
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State Assembly District 69

Reporting: 100%
Bob Kulp (GOP)14,071
69%
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Norbert Salamonski (Dem)6,359
31%
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State Assembly District 72

Reporting: 100%
Scott Krug (GOP)13,106
56%
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Dana Duncan (Dem)10,316
44%
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State Assembly District 75

Reporting: 100%
Romaine Quinn (GOP)11,726
55%
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Stephen Smith (Dem)9,638
45%
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State Assembly District 87

Reporting: 100%
James Edming (GOP)14,109
66%
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Richard Pulcher (Dem)7,189
34%
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State Assembly District 94

Reporting: 100%
Steve Doyle (Dem)13,652
54%
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Tracie Happel (GOP)11,606
46%
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State Assembly District 96

Reporting: 100%
Lee Nerison (GOP)12,209
59%
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Peter Flesch (Dem)8,459
41%
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State Assembly District 28

Reporting: 100%
Adam Jarchow (GOP)12,732
62%
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Travis Schachtner (Dem)7,731
38%
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State Assembly District 30

Reporting: 100%
Dean Knudson (GOP)13,934
60%
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Darrel Laumann (Dem)8,652
37%
Laurie Kroeger (Lib)746
3%
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State Assembly District 70

Reporting: 100%
Nancy VanderMeer (GOP)11,759
53%
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Amy Sue Vruwink (Dem)10,495
47%
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State Assembly District 86

Reporting: 100%
John Spiros (GOP)15,860
63%
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Nancy Stencil (Dem)9,514
37%
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Referendum Transportation Fund

Reporting: 100%
Yes1,729,609
80%
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No435,842
20%
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State Assembly District 1

Reporting: 100%
Joel Kitchens (GOP)16,067
57%
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Joe Majeski (Dem)12,238
43%
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State Assembly District 4

Reporting: 100%
David Steffen (GOP)14,456
59%
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Chris Plaunt (Dem)10,019
41%
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State Assembly District 5

Reporting: 100%
Jim Steineke (GOP)15,034
62%
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Jeff McCabe (Dem)9,076
38%
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State Assembly District 7

Reporting: 100%
Daniel Riemer (Dem)11,054
56%
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Scott Espeseth (GOP)8,793
44%
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State Assembly District 8

Reporting: 100%
JoCasta Zamarripa (Dem)5,149
80%
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Vincent Synowicz (GOP)1,269
20%
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State Assembly District 15

Reporting: 100%
Joe Sanfelippo (GOP)15,421
63%
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John Weishan (Dem)9,048
37%
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State Assembly District 17

Reporting: 100%
La Tonya Johnson (Dem)19,648
88%
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Eugenie Stackowitz (Ind)2,800
12%
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State Assembly District 19

Reporting: 100%
Jonathan Brostoff (Dem)18,054
82%
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Joseph Klein (Ind)3,938
18%
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State Assembly District 20

Reporting: 100%
Christine Sinicki (Dem)13,384
56%
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Molly McGartland (GOP)10,475
44%
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State Assembly District 22

Reporting: 100%
Janel Brandtjen (GOP)20,590
70%
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Jessie Read (Dem)8,780
30%
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State Assembly District 23

Reporting: 100%
Jim Ott (GOP)20,000
64%
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Beth Lueck (Dem)11,481
36%
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State Assembly District 26

Reporting: 100%
Terry Katsma (GOP)14,344
61%
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Terry Van Akkeren (Dem)9,062
39%
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State Assembly District 27

Reporting: 100%
Tyler Vorpagel (GOP)16,026
64%
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Scott Heinig (Dem)9,072
36%
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State Assembly District 32

Reporting: 100%
Tyler August (GOP)13,694
66%
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Alan Kupsik (Dem)7,087
34%
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State Assembly District 37

Reporting: 100%
John Jagler (GOP)14,394
59%
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Mary Arnold (Dem)10,051
41%
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State Assembly District 38

Reporting: 100%
Joel Kleefisch (GOP)17,473
63%
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Tom Chojnacki (Dem)10,272
37%
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State Assembly District 39

Reporting: 100%
Mark Born (GOP)16,785
74%
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Richard Bennett (Ind)5,975
26%
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State Assembly District 41

Reporting: 100%
Joan Ballweg (GOP)13,146
61%
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Joe Kallas (Dem)8,400
39%
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State Assembly District 43

Reporting: 100%
Andy Jorgensen (Dem)14,107
60%
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Leon Hebert (GOP)9,487
40%
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State Assembly District 44

Reporting: 100%
Debra Kolste (Dem)13,347
68%
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Jacob Dorsey (GOP)6,292
32%
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State Assembly District 47

Reporting: 100%
Robb Kahl (Dem)20,309
82%
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Phillip Anderson (Lib)4,592
18%
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State Assembly District 49

Reporting: 100%
Travis Tranel (GOP)12,176
61%
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Chad Henneman (Dem)7,675
39%
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State Assembly District 50

Reporting: 100%
Ed Brooks (GOP)11,769
58%
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Christopher Miller (Dem)8,597
42%
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State Assembly District 51

Reporting: 100%
Todd Novak (GOP)10,619
47%
Dick Cates (Dem)10,560
47%
Adam Laufenberg (Lib)1,177
5%
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State Assembly District 54

Reporting: 100%
Gordon Hintz (Dem)11,218
51%
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Mark Elliott (GOP)10,565
49%
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State Assembly District 55

Reporting: 100%
Mike Rohrkaste (GOP)14,009
58%
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Mark Westphal (Dem)10,229
42%
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State Assembly District 57

Reporting: 100%
Amanda Stuck (Dem)11,154
54%
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Chris Klein (GOP)9,524
46%
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State Assembly District 63

Reporting: 100%
Robin Vos (GOP)15,348
63%
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Andy Mitchell (Dem)8,912
37%
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State Assembly District 66

Reporting: 100%
Cory Mason (Dem)12,051
81%
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George Meyers (Lib)2,777
19%
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State Assembly District 74

Reporting: 100%
Beth Meyers (Dem)14,457
57%
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Jamey Francis (GOP)10,792
43%
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State Assembly District 79

Reporting: 100%
Dianne Hesselbein (Dem)18,812
62%
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Brent Renteria (GOP)11,395
38%
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State Assembly District 81

Reporting: 100%
Dave Considine (Dem)12,534
54%
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Ashton Kirsch (GOP)10,606
46%
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State Assembly District 83

Reporting: 100%
Dave Craig (GOP)21,362
73%
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Jim Brownlow (Dem)7,865
27%
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State Assembly District 85

Reporting: 100%
Dave Heaton (GOP)11,159
50%
Mandy Wright (Dem)11,073
50%
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State Assembly District 88

Reporting: 100%
John Macco (GOP)12,906
56%
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Dan Robinson (Dem)10,039
44%
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State Assembly District 90

Reporting: 100%
Eric Genrich (Dem)7,951
55%
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Eric Wimberger (GOP)5,337
37%
Shae Sortwell (Ind)1,164
8%
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State Assembly District 99

Reporting: 100%
Chris Kapenga (GOP)23,154
78%
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Alice Jensen (Dem)6,565
22%
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State Assembly District 42

Reporting: 100%
Keith Ripp (GOP)14,227
58%
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George Ferriter (Dem)10,511
42%
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State Senate District 1

Reporting: 100%
Frank Lasee (GOP)47,386
62%
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Dean Debroux (Dem)29,621
38%
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State Senate District 5

Reporting: 100%
Leah Vukmir (GOP)55,809
74%
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Wendy Friedrich (Lib)19,997
26%
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State Senate District 7

Reporting: 100%
Chris Larson (Dem)41,904
60%
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Red Arnold (GOP)28,365
40%
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State Senate District 9

Reporting: 100%
Devin LeMahieu (GOP)43,053
60%
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Martha Laning (Dem)28,752
40%
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State Senate District 11

Reporting: 100%
Steve Nass (GOP)43,800
63%
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Dan Kilkenny (Dem)25,347
37%
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State Senate District 13

Reporting: 100%
Scott Fitzgerald (GOP)48,232
63%
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Michelle Zahn (Dem)28,683
37%
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State Senate District 15

Reporting: 100%
Janis Ringhand (Dem)36,348
59%
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Brian Fitzgerald (GOP)24,759
41%
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State Senate District 17

Reporting: 100%
Howard Marklein (GOP)34,570
55%
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Pat Bomhack (Dem)28,160
45%
Ernie Wittwer (Dem)0
0%
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State Senate District 19

Reporting: 100%
Roger Roth (GOP)41,558
57%
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Penny Bernard Schaber (Dem)31,080
43%
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State Senate District 21

Reporting: 100%
Van Wanggaard (GOP)44,923
62%
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Randy Bryce (Dem)28,087
38%
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State Senate District 33

Reporting: 100%
Paul Farrow (GOP)59,114
74%
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Sherryll Shaddock (Dem)20,852
26%
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U.S. House District 1

Reporting: 100%
Paul Ryan (GOP)182,118
63%
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Rob Zerban (Dem)105,465
37%
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U.S. House District 2

Reporting: 100%
Mark Pocan (Dem)224,548
68%
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Peter Theron (GOP)103,303
32%
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U.S. House District 4

Reporting: 100%
Gwen Moore (Dem)178,822
70%
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Dan Sebring (GOP)68,386
27%
Robert Raymond (Ind)6,997
3%
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U.S. House District 5

Reporting: 100%
Jim Sensenbrenner (GOP)230,725
70%
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Chris Rockwood (Dem)101,065
30%
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U.S. House District 6

Reporting: 100%
Glenn Grothman (GOP)169,625
57%
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Mark Harris (Dem)122,146
41%
Gus Fahrendorf (Lib)6,850
2%
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U.S. House District 8

Reporting: 100%
Reid Ribble (GOP)188,370
65%
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Ron Gruett (Dem)101,045
35%

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Decision 2014 – Local Election Results

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Altoona School District Referendum

$23,000,000 to build new elementary school and improve current campus
Total Votes: 4,830 Reporting: 100%
Yes 2,817
58%
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No 2,013
42%
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Black River Falls School District Referendum

$22,500,000 to dismantle Third Street School, build new elementary school, and remodel high school
Total Votes: 4,455 Reporting: 100%
Yes 2,696
61%
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No 1,759
39%
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Durand School District Referendum - Question 1

$17,550,000 for renovating Caddie Woodlawn Elementary School and Durand High School
Total Votes: 2,919 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,340
46%
No 1,579
54%
Winner Winner
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Durand School District Referendum - Question 2

$1,500,000 to improve football field and track.
Total Votes: 2,904 Reporting: 100%
Yes 979
34%
No 1,925
66%
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Osseo-Fairchild School District Referendum - Question 1

$5,500,000 for renovations, technology upgrades
Total Votes: 2,176 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,485
68%
Winner Winner
No 691
32%
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Osseo-Fairchild School District Referendum - Question 2

$1,630,000 for operating expenses
Total Votes: 2,151 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,179
55%
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No 972
45%
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Eleva-Strum School District Referendum - Question 1

$1,400,000 for operational expenses
Total Votes: 1,604 Reporting: 100%
Yes 958
60%
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No 646
40%
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Eleva-Strum School District Referendum - Question 2

To build new elementary school onto high school (advisory)
Total Votes: 1,566 Reporting: 100%
Yes 766
49%
No 800
51%
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Mondovi School District Referendum

$900,000 for operating expenses
Total Votes: 2,170 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,316
61%
Winner Winner
No 854
39%
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Loyal School District Referendum

$1,775,000 for building maintenance and operating expenses
Total Votes: 1,203 Reporting: 100%
Yes 668
56%
Winner Winner
No 535
44%
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Gilman School District Referendum

$1,630,000 for educational programs, expenditures, and operations
Total Votes: 1,273 Reporting: 100%
Yes 775
61%
Winner Winner
No 498
39%
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Sparta School District Referendum

$2,250,000 for community learning centers, safety and security projects, and technology and instruction materials
Total Votes: 5,768 Reporting: 100%
Yes 3,330
58%
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No 2,438
42%
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Sheriff - Eau Claire County

Winner serves a four-year term
Total Votes: 40,623 Reporting: 100%
Marcel Thoma (D) 12,940
32%
Ron Cramer (R) 27,683
68%
Winner Winner
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Clerk of Circuit Court - Eau Claire County

Winner serves a four-year term.
Total Votes: 39,571 Reporting: 100%
Susan Schaffer (D) 20,585
52%
Winner Winner
Jodi Gobrecht (R) 18,986
48%
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Sheriff - Trempealeau County

Winner serves a four-year term.
Total Votes: 10,459 Reporting: 100%
Richard Anderson (D) 5,809
56%
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Tim Hovel (I) 4,650
44%

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