Wisconsin Election Results — 2018 Midterm Elections

Nov 6, 2018

Wisconsin's 2018 midterm elections include races for governor, U.S. Senate, seats in the House of Representatives and attorney general.

Key Wisconsin results are brought to you by the AP. For races that weren't included in election night live results from AP, marked in bold are the projected winners of Wisconsin's 2018 midterm elections.

>>Tony Evers Elected Governor Of Wisconsin
>>Tammy Baldwin Sweeps U.S. Senate Race
>>Republican Bryan Steil Wins Paul Ryan's Congressional Seat
>>Glenn Grothman Keeps 6th Congressional District Seat In Republican Control
>>Democrats Flip House & GOP Keep Senate Majority

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Attorney General
Brad Schimel (R), incumbent
Josh Kaul (D)

>>No Final Decision Yet In Attorney General Race

Secretary of State
Jay Schroeder (R)
Doug La Follette (D), incumbent

State Treasurer
Travis Hartwig (R)
Sarah Godlewski (D)

State Senator

District 5
Dale Kooyenga (R)
Julie Henszey (D)

District 7
Jason Red Arnold (R)
Chris Larson (D), incumbent

District 21
Van H. Wanggaard (R), incumbent
Lori Hawkins (D)

Representative to the Assembly

District 7
Daniel G. Riemer (D), incumbent
Matthew J. Bughman (L)

District 8
Angel C. Sanchez (R)
JoCasta Zamarripa (D), incumbent

District 13
Rob Hutton (R), incumbent
Dennis Raymond McBride (D)

District 14
Matt Adamczyk (R)
Robyn Vining (D)

District 15
Joe Sanfelippo (R), incumbent
Lillian Cheesman (D)

District 21
Jessie Rodriguez (R), incumbent
Gabriel A. Gomez (D)

District 22
Janel Brandtjen (R), incumbent
Aaron Matteson (D)

District 23
Jim Ott (R), incumbent
Liz Sumner (D)

District 24
Dan Knodl (R), incumbent
Emily Siegrist (D)

District 33
Cody J. Horlacher (R), incumbent
Brandon White (D)

District 38
Barbara Dittrich (R)
Melissa Winker (D)

District 39
Mark L. Born (R), incumbent
Elisha Barudin (D)

District 58
Rick Gundrum (R), incumbent
Dennis D. Degenhardt (D)

District 60
Robert Brooks (R), incumbent
Chris Rahlf (D)

District 62
Robert Wittke (R)
John Lehman (D)

District 63
Robin Vos (R), incumbent
Joel Jacobsen (D)

District 64
Peter W. Barca (D), incumbent
Thomas Harland (C)

District 82
Ken Skowronski (R), incumbent
Jason J. Sellnow (L)

District 83
Chuck Wichgers (R), incumbent
Jim Brownlow (D)

District 84
Mike Kuglitsch (R), incumbent
Erica Flynn (D)

Marijuana Referendums

Milwaukee County
Do you favor allowing adults 21 years of age and older to engage in the personal use of marijuana, while also regulating commercial marijuana-related activities, and imposing a tax on the sale of marijuana?
Yes or No

City of Waukesha
Should cannabis be legalized in Wisconsin for medicinal purposes, and regulated in the same manner as other prescription drugs?
Yes or No

Kenosha County
Should the state of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician? 
Yes or No

Racine County
Should marijuana be legalized for medical use?
Yes or No

Should marijuana be legalized and regulated for adults 21 years of age or older?
Yes or No

Should marijuana sales be taxed for state and local revenue?
Yes or No

City of Racine
Should cannabis be legalized for adult recreational use in Wisconsin?
Yes or No

Should cannabis be legalized for medical use in Wisconsin?
Yes or No

Should cannabis sales be taxed and the revenue from such taxes be used for public education, health care, and infrastructure in Wisconsin?
Yes or No

Should cannabis be decriminalized in the State of Wisconsin?
Yes or No

School Referendums

Oak Creek/Franklin
Over $60.9 million for safety improvements, elementary gyms, performing arts education center, high school technical education renovations, athletic field improvements or installations and equity improvements at all levels.
Yes or No

South Milwaukee
$3.8 million to improve the physical safety needs of South Milwaukee schools, along with direct services to students with mental health needs.
Yes or No

Wauwatosa
$124.9 million for the public purpose of paying the cost of a building and improvement program to replace or renovate four elementary schools.
Yes or No

Waukesha
$60 million for improvements to school buildings with a focus on safety improvements.
Yes or No

Pewaukee
$39.7 million for a campus-wide improvement program for safety, security, additions and renovations for all school buildings, along with campus site improvements.
Yes or No

Greendale
$33.8 million for capital projects at all five schools including classroom additions and renovations, addition of multi-purpose rooms at two elementary schools, HVAC work at all five schools and other additions and renovations.
Yes or No

Fox Point/Bayside
A total of $12.4 million over four years in order to maintain and support instructional programs, services, and class sizes.
Yes or No

Cedarburg
$59.8 million for an improvement program for classroom and other learning space additions, remodeling and renovations at District schools to accommodate increased enrollment, updates to instructional areas, safety and security, capital and site improvements and acquisition of other equipment.
Yes or No

Jefferson
A total of $3.1 million over four years for operational expenses.
Yes or No