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Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos looked to be cruising to an easy victory Tuesday over Democratic challenger Andy Mitchell in the 63rd Assembly District.

Unofficial results listed on jsonline.com report that 71 percent of the vote has been counted. Vos had 12,582 compared to Mitchell’s 6,034.

Vote totals listed on the Racine County website for the Vos-Mitchell race are still missing five polling locations comprised of 17 wards from Mount Pleasant.

Still, numbers on the county’s election page mirror those in the newspaper’s election coverage.

We will update this story when final vote tallies are available.