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Wisconsin Supreme Court results



As of a few minutes after 9 PM Central, with 17% of the vote in, incumbent Prosser is up by less than one percent. It's not clear whether the early count comes from predominantly Democratic or Republican regions, though. You can follow the count on this page.

Update: county by county, Kloppenburg is running six or seven points ahead of John Kerry in 2004; Kerry won the state by 0.4 points that year.

Update: Prosser leads this morning by 835 votes out of over 1.47 million cast, suggesting litigation and shenanigans to come.

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