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VOTE 2018 - Minnesota State Races
US Senate - Minnesota
US Senate - Minnesota
Reporting: 100%
Amy Klobuchar Klobuchar (D) (I)
60%
James Newberger Newberger (R)
36%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
US Senate - Minnesota (Special)
US Senate - Minnesota (Special)
Reporting: 100%
Tina Smith Smith (D) (I)
53%
Karin Housley Housley (R)
42%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
US House - MN 8th District
US House - MN 8th District
Reporting: 100%
Pete Stauber Stauber (R)
51%
Joe Radinovich Radinovich (D)
45%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Governor - Minnesota
Governor - Minnesota
Reporting: 100%
Tim Walz Walz (DFL)
54%
Jeff Johnson Johnson (R)
42%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Secretary of State - Minnesota
Secretary of State - Minnesota
Reporting: 100%
Steve Simon Simon (DFL) (I)
52%
John Howe Howe (R)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
State Auditor - Minnesota
State Auditor - Minnesota
Reporting: 100%
Julie Blaha Blaha (DFL)
49%
Pam Myhra Myhra (R)
43%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Attorney General - Minnesota
Attorney General - Minnesota
Reporting: 100%
Keith Ellison Ellison (DFL)
49%
Doug Wardlow Wardlow (R)
45%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN Supreme Court - Assoc Justice 2
MN Supreme Court - Assoc Justice 2
Reporting: 100%
Margaret Chutich Chutich
56%
Michelle MacDonald MacDonald
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN Appeals Court - Judge 2
MN Appeals Court - Judge 2
Reporting: 100%
Lucinda Ellen Jesson Jesson
63%
Anthony Brown Brown
37%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 3A
MN House District 3A
Reporting: 100%
Rob Ecklund Ecklund (DFL) (I)
59%
Randy Goutermont Goutermont (R)
41%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 3B
MN House District 3B
Reporting: 100%
Mary Murphy Murphy (DFL) (I)
60%
Keith MacDonald MacDonald (R)
40%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 5A
MN House District 5A
Reporting: 100%
John Persell Persell (DFL)
50%
Matt Bliss Bliss (R) (I)
50%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 5B
MN House District 5B
Reporting: 100%
Sandy Layman Layman (R) (I)
52%
Pat Medure Medure (DFL)
48%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 6A
MN House District 6A
Reporting: 100%
Julie Sandstede Sandstede (DFL)
62%
Guy Anderson Anderson (R)
38%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 6B
MN House District 6B
Reporting: 100%
Dave Lislegard Lislegard (DFL)
62%
Skeeter Tomczak Tomczak (R)
38%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 7A
MN House District 7A
Reporting: 100%
Jennifer Schultz Schultz (DFL) (I)
74%
Dana Krivogorsky Krivogorsky (R)
26%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 7B
MN House District 7B
Reporting: 100%
Liz Olson Olson (DFL) (I)
72%
Caroline Burley Burley (R)
28%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 10B
MN House District 10B
Reporting: 100%
Dale K Lueck K Lueck (R) (I)
66%
Phil Yetzer Yetzer (DFL)
34%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 11A
MN House District 11A
Reporting: 100%
Mike Sundin Sundin (DFL) (I)
58%
Jeff A Dotseth A Dotseth (R)
42%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MN House District 11B
MN House District 11B
Reporting: 100%
Jason Rarick Rarick (R) (I)
60%
Tim Burkhardt Burkhardt (DFL)
40%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
VOTE 2018 - Wisconsin State Races
US Senate - Wisconsin
US Senate - Wisconsin
Reporting: 100%
Tammy Baldwin Baldwin (D) (I)
55%
Leah Vukmir Vukmir (R)
45%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
US House - WI 7th District
US House - WI 7th District
Reporting: 100%
Sean Duffy Duffy (R) (I)
60%
Margaret Engebretson Engebretson (D)
38%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Governor - Wisconsin
Governor - Wisconsin
Reporting: 100%
Tony Evers Evers (D)
50%
Scott Walker Walker (R) (I)
48%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:07:58'}
Attorney General - Wisconsin
Attorney General - Wisconsin
Reporting: 100%
Josh Kaul Kaul (D)
49%
Brad Schimel Schimel (R) (I)
49%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Secretary of State - Wisconsin
Secretary of State - Wisconsin
Reporting: 100%
Doug La Follette La Follette (D) (I)
53%
Jay Schroeder Schroeder (R)
47%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
State Treasurer - Wisconsin
State Treasurer - Wisconsin
Reporting: 100%
Sarah Godlewski Godlewski (D)
51%
Travis Hartwig Hartwig (R)
47%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
WI State Senate Dist. 25
WI State Senate Dist. 25
Reporting: 100%
Janet Bewley Bewley (D) (I)
51%
James Bolen Bolen (R)
49%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
WI State Senate Dist. 29
WI State Senate Dist. 29
Reporting: 100%
Jerry Petrowski Petrowski (R) (I)
65%
Richard Pulcher Pulcher (D)
35%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
WI State Assembly Dist. 74
WI State Assembly Dist. 74
Reporting: 100%
Beth Meyers Meyers (D) (I)
56%
Jeffrey Fahl Fahl (R)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
WI State Assembly Dist. 75
WI State Assembly Dist. 75
Reporting: 100%
Romaine Quinn Quinn (R) (I)
62%
Ali Holzman Holzman (D)
38%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
WI State Assembly Dist. 87
WI State Assembly Dist. 87
Reporting: 100%
James Edming Edming (R)
67%
Elizabeth Riley Riley (D)
33%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Burnett County Sheriff
Burnett County Sheriff
Reporting: 100%
Tracy Finch Finch
63%
Christopher Sybers Sybers
37%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Cable Referendum - Clerk and Treasurer
Cable Referendum - Clerk and Treasurer
Reporting: 100%
No No
58%
Yes Yes
42%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Ojibwa Town Referendom - Clerk and Treasurer
Ojibwa Town Referendom - Clerk and Treasurer
Reporting: 100%
Yes Yes
60%
No No
40%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
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VOTE 2018 - Michigan
US Senate - Michigan
US Senate - Michigan
Reporting: 100%
Debbie Stabenow Stabenow (D) (I)
52%
John James James (R)
46%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
US House - MI 1st District
US House - MI 1st District
Reporting: 100%
Jack Bergman Bergman (R) (I)
56%
Matthew Morgan Morgan (D)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Governor - Michigan
Governor - Michigan
Reporting: 100%
Gretchen Whitmer Whitmer (D)
53%
Bill Schuette Schuette (R)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MI Proposal 18-1 - Legalize Marijuana
MI Proposal 18-1 - Legalize Marijuana
Reporting: 100%
Yes Yes
56%
No No
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MI Proposal 18-2 - Redistricting Commission
MI Proposal 18-2 - Redistricting Commission
Reporting: 100%
Yes Yes
61%
No No
39%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MI Proposal 18-3 - Voting Changes
MI Proposal 18-3 - Voting Changes
Reporting: 100%
Yes Yes
67%
No No
33%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Secretary of State - Michigan
Secretary of State - Michigan
Reporting: 100%
Jocelyn Benson Benson (D)
53%
Mary Treder Lang Treder Lang (R)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Attorney General - Michigan
Attorney General - Michigan
Reporting: 100%
Dana Nessel Nessel (D)
49%
Tom Leonard Leonard (R)
46%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MI State Senate Dist. 38
MI State Senate Dist. 38
Reporting: 100%
Ed McBroom McBroom (R)
55%
Scott Dianda Dianda (D)
44%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
MI State House Dist. 110
MI State House Dist. 110
Reporting: 100%
Gregory Markkanen Markkanen (R)
51%
Ken Summers Summers (D)
49%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Gogebic Co. Judge of Probate Court
Gogebic Co. Judge of Probate Court
Reporting: 100%
Anna Talaska Talaska
65%
Tracie Wittla Wittla
35%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Gogebic Co. Referendum - Ambulance
Gogebic Co. Referendum - Ambulance
Reporting: 100%
Yes Yes
62%
No No
38%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Bessemer Area School Board 3 Seats
Bessemer Area School Board 3 Seats
Reporting: 100%
Tara Graham Graham
30%
Annette Lillie Lillie
28%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
Ironwood School Board 4 Seats
Ironwood School Board 4 Seats
Reporting: 100%
Caroline Delich Delich
23%
Marlyn Nezworski Nezworski
22%
Last Updated: {ts '2018-11-12 11:20:18'}
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Evers, Republicans Work on Insurance Deal

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is asking Republicans to make changes to a bill guaranteeing health insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. Evers wants to prevent insurance plans from setting annual and lifetime limits.


Republicans, Evers Disagree on How to Pay for Tax Cut

Wisconsin Republican leaders and the state's new Democratic governor both want to cut middle class taxes, but disagree on how to pay for it. Gov. Tony Evers wants to cap new tax breaks, while Republicans want to tap a budget surplus.


Trump Calls for Expanded Missile Defense Program

President Donald Trump is calling for an expanded missile defense program to better protect the United States. Part of the new strategy is to create a level of sensors in space.


Giuliani Aims to Clarify Collusion Comments

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has issued a new statement aimed at clarifying earlier comments that appeared to leave open the possibility of collusion between members of Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia.


Emotions Run High in Minnesota Debate on Legalizing Marijuana

Emotions ran high as the debate kicked off at the state Capitol on whether Minnesota should legalize marijuana. Marijuana supporters heckled opponents holding a news conference, which became a shouting match.


Wis. Governor Says He Will Make 'First Step' Toward Pot Legalization

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will likely include a "first step" toward legalizing medical marijuana in his first state budget proposal. Evers says he favors legalization but doesn't want to rush it.


White House Denounces Rep. King's White Supremacy Remarks

The White House is describing comments by Iowa Rep. Steve King about white supremacy as "abhorrent," a day after King's own party leaders suggested that he leave Congress. King was quoted by the New York Times as asking how the term "white nationalist" became offensive.


Wisconsin Democrats Push for A 'Fresh Start'

Democratic lawmakers in Wisconsin are trying to move forward with a "fresh start," by starting over on some Republican policies. Democrats have a small chance of passing legislative changes, considering Republicans hold the majority in both the Senate and Assembly. 


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