The final race will be determined by the remaining absentees, and a possible recount. We’ve won the rest!
WALKER AND KLEEFISCH BEAT THE RECALL!! You did it!
STATE SENATE UPDATE: In the 13th district, Senate Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R) defeats liberal darling Lori Compas!
Still competing>>> In the 21st district, Van Waangard (R) leads John Lehman (D) 53-47 with 75% reporting in the race predicted to be toughest for the GOP!
In the 23rd district, Terry Moulton (R) defeats Kristen Dexter!
In the 29th district, Jerry Petrowski (R) defeats Donna Seidl in the open seat vacated by Pam Galloway!
UPDATE: With 23% of the vote in, Gov. Walker has opened a very early lead 61%-38%
UPDATE 2: With 21% of the vote in Republican Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch holds a lead over Democrat Mahlon Mitchell 61%-39%
UPDATE 3: Fox News reports that a call in this race for Gov. Scott Walker… DEVELOPING…
Portions of the very liberal Dane County are in, however, no precincts from Madison have yet to report.
The TV networks are calling BOTH the Governor’s race and Lt. Governor’s race “Too Close to Call” based on Exit Polls.
We now have teams canvassing individual county Election Offices and will be reporting these results as well as comparing them to the 2010 gubernatorial race to gauge how well Governor Walker and Lt. Governor Kleefisch are doing.
Exit polls showed that among those who cast ballots today, they supported Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of 54%-42% – obviously we would like to have seen those numbers closer.