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Projected winners of the Tuesday, April 7, 2015 spring election are in bold.

In case you'd forgotten, tomorrow is election day in Wisconsin.  There are several items on ballots across the state, all of them involving the judiciary.

There are also a handful of local races in municipalities around Wisconsin.

But you'd be forgiven if you hadn't noticed the biggest race - that for Supreme Court justice. That's because the race between incumbent Ann Walsh Bradley, and Rock County Circuit Court Judge James Daley has been much lower-key than other such campaigns in past years.


UPDATE: Voters chose Duey Stroebel (GOP Senate #20), Eddie Cullen and Nicholas Hunt (Milw. Sup. #15), Paul Farrow and Thomas Schellinger (Waukesha Co. Exec.)

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Now that Gov. Scott Walker has won reelection, conversation has been swirling about whether he’ll run for president.

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Scott Walker was elected to another four-year term as Wisconsin governor yesterday, beating back a challenge from Trek bicycle executive Mary Burke.  

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The race was not close as many polls had predicted. Gov. Walker handily defeated Democrat Mary Burke, with not much suspense, as votes were tallied.

The highest state turnout for a November gubernatorial election was 52.4% in 1962. The Government Accountability Board predicts 56.5% for today.

  Two former executives for Trek Bicycle, who have conservative connections, claim the company let Mary Burke go.

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It's down to the last week of campaigning for midterm elections, including the hotly contested gubernatorial race in Wisconsin. 

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  With Election Day just around the corner, gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke is getting help from several big-name Democrats.