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Caledonia residents helped give Gov. Scott Walker another four years leading Wisconsin, threw their support behind Rep. Paul Ryan, sent Van Wanggaard back to the state senate and helped Brad Schimel become the next state Attorney General.
Village voters resoundingly defeated the Racine Unified referendum, but whether or not it ultimately passes remained to be seen as of 11 p.m. Tuesday. Results from Mount Pleasant had not yet rolled in, and several locations in the City of Racine also had not reported.
Here’s how the numbers shake out:
Gov. Scott Walker: 7,592
Mary Burke: 4,749
Van Wanggaard: 7,559
Randy Bryce: 4,623
Rep. Paul Ryan: 8.180
Rob Zerban: 3,908
Brad Schimel: 7,370
Susan Happ: 4,503
Racine Unified referendum: