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Outstanding Ballots

The following ballot counts are outstanding in Wood County for this election.

Provisional Ballots Outstanding: 3

Upcoming Election Dates

  • April 3, 2018 - Spring Election
  • August 14, 2018 - Partisan Primary
  • November 6, 2018 - General Election

Results for General Election, Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

Results are unofficial until the canvass is complete on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.

To get results for write-in candidates, contact your local municipal clerk.

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Governor / Lt Governor (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Walker / Kleefisch (Republican) 18871
Evers / Barnes (Democrat) 13638
Anderson / Baird (Libertarian Party) 211
White / Anderson (Wisconsin Green Party) 111
Turnbull / Losch (Independent) 217
Enz / No Candidate (Independent) 29
 
Attorney General (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Brad Schimel (Republican) 18417
Josh Kaul (Democrat) 13389
Terry Larson (Constitution) 654
 
Secretary of State (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Jay Schroeder (Republican) 17618
Doug La Follette (Democrat) 14719
 
State Treasurer (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Travis Hartwig (Republican) 17263
Sarah Godlewski (Democrat) 13874
Andrew Zuelke (Constitution) 914
 
United States Senator (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Leah Vukmir (Republican) 16899
Tammy Baldwin (Democrat) 15992
 
Rep in Congress Dist 3 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 17/17 Details
CandidateVotes
Steve Toft (Republican) 9368
Ron Kind (Democrat) 9771
 
Rep in Congress Dist 7 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 27/27 Details
CandidateVotes
Sean Duffy (Republican) 8679
Margaret Engebretson (Democrat) 4768
Ken Driessen (Independent) 152
 
State Senator Dist 23 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 12/12 Details
CandidateVotes
Kathy Bernier (Republican) 4118
Chris Kapsner (Democrat) 3462
 
State Senator Dist 29 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 6/6 Details
CandidateVotes
Jerry Petrowski (Republican) 1909
Richard Pulcher (Democrat) 1086
 
Rep to the Assembly Dist 69 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 12/12 Details
CandidateVotes
Bob Kulp (Republican) 5447
 
Rep to the Assembly Dist 70 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 20/20 Details
CandidateVotes
Nancy Lynn Vander Meer (Republican) 4741
Cari Fay (Democrat) 2436
 
Rep to the Assembly Dist 72 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 6/6 Details
CandidateVotes
Scott S. Krug (Republican) 7936
David Gorski (Democrat) 6734
 
Rep to the Assembly Dist 86 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 6/6 Details
CandidateVotes
John Spiros (Republican) 1773
Nancy Stencil (Democrat) 1017
Michael A. Tauschek (Independent) 250
 
Sheriff (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Shawn Becker (Republican) 19159
John Hiller (Democrat) 13446
 
Coroner (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Scott D. Brehm (Republican) 16257
Dara Borre Hamm (Democrat) 15724
 
Clerk of Circuit Court (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
CandidateVotes
Cindy L. Joosten (Republican) 26778
 
Constitutional Amendment
Precincts Reporting: 44/44 Details
Do you agree that the United States Constitution should be amended to state:

1. Only human beings are endowed with individual constitutional rights – not corporations, unions, non-profits or other artificial entities (such as Super PACs), and
2. Money is not speech, and, therefore, limiting political contributions and spending is not limiting political speech.
ChoiceVotes
Yes 24423
No 5923
 
Arpin Town Referendum
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Should the Arpin Town Board support and approve the construction of a new fire station for the Joint Village and Town of Arpin Fire Department at a maximum cost of $600,000.00.
ChoiceVotes
Yes 201
No 189
 
Hansen Town Referendum
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Shall the Town of Hansen contract with a garbage pick-up service to collect household garbage in the Town of Hansen once a week for permanent residents? The Town will pay for the service during the year and the total charge per residence will be added as a special charge on the property bills.
ChoiceVotes
Yes 196
No 174
 
Rock Town Referendum
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Shall the person holding the office of Town Treasurer in the Town of Rock, be appointed by the Board?
ChoiceVotes
Yes 212
No 210
 
Arpin Vlg Referendum
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Should the Board of Trustees of the Village of Arpin support and approve the construction of a new fire station for the Joint Village and Town of Arpin Fire Department at a maximum cost of $600,000.00.

ChoiceVotes
Yes 59
No 56
 
Stevens Point School #1
Precincts Reporting: 3/3 Details
Shall the Stevens Point Area Public School District, Portage and Wood Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $3,500,000 beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, for recurring purposes to pay operating costs for educational programs, technology and maintenance?
ChoiceVotes
Yes 85
No 70
 
Stevens Point School #2
Precincts Reporting: 3/3 Details
Shall the Stevens Point Area Public School District, Portage and Wood Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $75,900,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a District-wide school improvement program consisting of: safety and security improvements; ADA accessibility updates; technology upgrades; remodeling and construction of additions for classrooms, academic areas, cafeterias, kitchens, receiving and other areas; deferred capital maintenance and site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment?
ChoiceVotes
Yes 89
No 67