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Southwestern Wisconsin primary results finalize Spring Election ballots

Source: Stuart Wattles / Civic Media

Southwestern Wisconsin primary results finalize Spring Election ballots

There were only three primaries in a roughly dozen-county area Tuesday night in southwestern Wisconsin.

February 20, 2024 10:17 PM CDT

By: Jimmie Kaska

RICHLAND CENTER, Wis. (WRCO/WRCE) – With only a handful of primaries in all of southwestern Wisconsin Tuesday, most people didn’t even have to head to the polls.

That being said, hundreds of voters still turned out to make their ballots count and help finalize this spring’s election ballot.

Sauk County had just one primary, for District 27 County Supervisor. Scott Haugen and Scott Alexander advanced to the spring election, collecting a combined 76 votes from 104 ballots cast.

Similarly, Grant County had only one primary, for a Boscobel City Council seat. District 1’s pairing for the spring will be Cody Trumm taking on Ramona Kord, who combined to take 62 votes out of 71 ballots turned in.

Crawford County’s lone primary was for Seneca School Board, where incumbent Charles Clark had the most votes at 153 out of 461 ballots turned in. With two open seats, four people can advance to the spring election, but the unofficial results have a tie for the fourth and final spot on the ballot. That will be resolved after canvassing. As it stands on election night, all five candidates are waiting for the official results, but Clark, Jennifer Aspenson, and Kyle Berger are all moving on to the spring election ballot.

Richland, Vernon, Monroe, and Iowa counties had no primary elections or referendum questions on Tuesday night.

You can find a list of county clerk websites that will show full election results on Wisconsin’s election information page. All results from Tuesday night are considered unofficial until canvassing takes place in the days following the election.

For information on Wisconsin’s elections, you can visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission. You can also see who has registered to run in different races and see candidate nomination paperwork.

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