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2014 Primary Election Races

Updated: 08/14/2014 10:28 AM
Created: 08/12/2014 4:59 PM WDIO.com

Voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Minnesota and Wisconsin Primary election.  Results are coming in. Check out WDIO.com and the WDIO mobile app.  We are watching a number of state races as well as a few local contests.

In Minnesota, voters will decide which Republican will challenge Governor Mark Dayton and Senator Al Franken in November. The battle for State Auditor is also hotly contested, with Matt Entenza competing with fellow DFL-er and incumbent, Rebecca Otto.

In Wisconsin, voters will determine the Democratic challenger for Governor and Attorney General, as well as a candidate to face Congressman Sean Duffy in November. The office of Douglas County Sheriff is also on the ballot, with Mark Liebaert running against incumbent Tom Dalbec.

2014 Primary Election

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