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Read Live Coverage Of Wisconsin Spring Election Results

Polls Slated To Close At 8 P.M.


Polls across Wisconsin are now closed, and most precincts have now reported their results.

The state Supreme Court race has already been called by the Associated Press: They’ve declared incumbent Ann Walsh Bradley the winner in that election.

The AP has also declared that voters have approved a constitutional amendment that will allow Supreme Court justices to vote for their chief, replacing a system based on seniority. The amendment’s passage means that current Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson could soon be removed from the position.

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Madison residents also re-elected Paul Soglin for his eighth term as mayor.

You can keep track of election results across the state in real time by visiting Wisconsin Vote.

Stay tuned as WPR and WPR.org will be reporting results for major races as they come in.

Below, read a compilation of the latest news and information about the elections from WPR and other media sources as well as social media commentary: