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Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeOutagamie WinnerYrOutagamie Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
3.10% Governor   Scott Walker 14 44,473 59.46% +7.20%
3.15% Attorney General   Brad Schimel 14 42,308 57.09% +5.55%
3.10% Secretary of State   Julian Bradley 14 36,984 51.38% +5.08%
2.98% Superintendent of Public Instruction   Tony Evers 13 15,127 65.37% +4.15%
3.08% President   Mitt Romney 12 47,372 50.08% +4.14%
3.09% Senate Class I   Tommy Thompson 12 46,212 49.73% +3.87%
3.03% Senate Class III   Ron Johnson 10 36,190 55.05% +3.19%
25.26% WI - District 08   Reid Ribble 14 47,794 65.24% +0.23%
1.60% 1869 Statewide Referendum: Gubernatorial Salary   Yes 69 978 68.39% +15.26%
1.96% 1870 Statewide Referendum: Grand Jury   Yes 70 840 63.54% -8.90%
1.28% 1871 Statewide Referendum: Private and Local Laws   Yes 71 735 99.73% +6.09%
0.54% 1877 Statewide Referendum: Appropriations Only By Law   Yes 77 187 95.41% +4.66%
0.91% 1877 Statewide Referendum: One Chief and Four Associate Justices   Yes 77 789 90.69% +8.17%
2.06% 1886 Statewide Referendum: Woman Suffrage Upon School Matters   No 86 1,234 72.55% +25.32%
2.47% 1888 Statewide Referendum: State Superintendent - Election When Legislature Directs   Yes 88 493 63.86% +22.44%
0.30% 1889 Statewide Referendum: Supreme Court Composed of "Justices of Supreme Court"   Yes 89 298 71.81% -17.72%
3.07% 1892 Statewide Referendum: Forbidding Special Incorporation of Cities   No 92 499 65.57% +28.89%
2.03% 1898 Statewide Referendum: Revision of the State Banking Law   Yes 98 2,393 65.54% +17.14%
2.02% 1903 Statewide Referendum: Seven Justices of the Supreme Court   Yes 03 1,219 66.00% +9.69%
2.21% 1904 Statewide Referendum: Primary Law   Yes 04 3,601 77.31% +15.33%
1.72% 1908 Statewide Referendum: Approval of Bills by the Governor   Yes 08 1,303 67.10% -8.89%
1.83% 1908 Statewide Referendum: Electors   Yes 08 1,249 55.24% -14.95%
1.83% 1908 Statewide Referendum: Internal Improvements   Yes 08 1,817 60.99% -10.35%
1.90% 1908 Statewide Referendum: Taxes on Incomes, Privileges, and Occupations   Yes 08 1,434 61.10% -8.33%
2.07% 1910 Statewide Referendum: Apportionment   Yes 10 1,180 53.08% +2.09%
2.03% 1910 Statewide Referendum: Internal Improvements   Yes 10 1,240 56.41% -1.22%
2.18% 1910 Statewide Referendum: Legislative Compensation   No 10 1,645 62.55% -0.77%
1.83% 1912 Statewide Referendum: Acquisition of State Land   Yes 12 831 55.11% -3.73%
1.88% 1912 Statewide Referendum: Extending Time for Debts for Land   Yes 12 843 55.06% -1.94%
1.84% 1912 Statewide Referendum: Salary of Supreme Court Judges   No 12 769 52.53% +8.78%
2.19% 1912 Statewide Referendum: Women's Suffrage   No 12 5,439 68.36% +5.78%
2.47% 1919 Statewide Referendum: Soldier Bonus Law   Yes 19 4,183 75.97% +1.67%
1.92% 1920 Statewide Referendum: Decrease of Circuit Courts/Increase of Judges   No 20 2,455 54.35% +3.58%
1.92% 1920 Statewide Referendum: Pay of Legislators Fixed by Law   No 20 2,724 53.71% +2.54%
2.08% 1920 Statewide Referendum: Prohibition Enforcement   Yes 20 8,664 67.24% -0.48%
2.72% 1922 Statewide Referendum: Indebtedness of Municipal Corporations   No 22 6,839 77.25% +9.66%
2.59% 1922 Statewide Referendum: Sheriffs Succeeding Themselves   No 22 5,079 53.08% -3.10%
2.67% 1922 Statewide Referendum: Trial by Jury   No 22 4,432 50.65% +2.88%
2.22% 1924 Statewide Referendum: Additional Circuit Judges   No 24 5,555 53.49% +4.95%
2.19% 1924 Statewide Referendum: Appropriate Money for Forestry   Yes 24 6,877 61.56% -4.40%
2.23% 1924 Statewide Referendum: Home Rule for Cities and Villages   Yes 24 5,691 52.16% -9.02%
2.08% 1924 Statewide Referendum: Legislative Compensation Increase   No 24 4,715 51.43% -5.45%
2.38% 1926 Statewide Referendum: Memorializing Congress in Favor of Beer   Yes 26 9,505 75.77% +9.46%
2.22% 1926 Statewide Referendum: Recall of Elective Public Officers   Yes 26 4,690 51.87% +1.29%
2.24% 1926 Statewide Referendum: To Increase Compensation of Governor   Yes 26 4,920 56.23% +4.45%
2.25% 1929 Statewide Referendum: Decriminalization of Alcohol   Yes 29 8,174 69.61% +8.01%
2.13% 1929 Statewide Referendum: Legislators' Salaries   Yes 29 5,398 56.32% +3.61%
2.22% 1929 Statewide Referendum: Repeal of Severson Act   Yes 29 8,271 69.79% +6.49%
2.18% 1929 Statewide Referendum: Term of Sheriffs   Yes 29 5,765 56.21% +1.02%
2.47% 1930 Statewide Referendum: Governor's Veto   Yes 30 6,417 63.86% +1.68%
2.33% 1931 Statewide Referendum: County Distribution of Auto Licenses   No 31 9,430 73.42% +6.68%
2.35% 1932 Statewide Referendum: Municipal Indebtedness for Utilities   No 32 8,563 53.58% +12.50%
2.33% 1932 Statewide Referendum: Repealing Salary of Governor   Yes 32 8,973 52.97% -9.22%
2.36% 1932 Statewide Referendum: Repealing Salary of Lt. Governor   Yes 32 8,507 51.82% -9.73%
2.40% 1932 Statewide Referendum: Sunday Blue Law Repeal   Yes 32 10,357 64.64% +5.31%
2.53% 1933 Statewide Referendum: Ratification of Repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment   Yes 33 17,629 88.33% +6.21%
2.74% 1934 Statewide Referendum: Old Age Pensions   Yes 34 15,440 82.11% +4.64%
2.40% 1934 Statewide Referendum: Suffrage   Yes 34 9,469 68.26% -2.88%
2.14% 1936 Statewide Referendum: Free Passes   Yes 36 8,147 52.27% +1.98%
1.83% 1940 Statewide Referendum: Installment Payment of Real Estate Taxes   Yes 40 6,126 71.67% +0.62%
2.17% 1940 Statewide Referendum: Teachers' Tenure Law   Yes 40 8,616 51.03% -0.98%
2.40% 1944 Statewide Referendum: Tax on General Property for High School Aids   No 44 10,233 78.68% +2.88%
2.14% 1945 Statewide Referendum: Justices of the Peace (First Class Cities)   Yes 45 3,342 57.05% -1.62%
2.22% 1945 Statewide Referendum: State Aeronautical Program   Yes 45 3,871 60.43% -4.48%
2.37% 1946 Statewide Referendum: Auditing of State Accounts   Yes 46 12,064 64.50% +3.54%
4.06% 1946 Statewide Referendum: Limitations to Office of Sheriff   No 46 8,104 68.58% +10.17%
2.38% 1946 Statewide Referendum: Transportation of School Children   Yes 46 12,191 52.16% +7.64%
3.04% 1947 Statewide Referendum: Daylight Saving Time   No 47 10,814 51.40% -3.41%
2.20% 1948 Statewide Referendum: Municipal Eminent Domain   No 48 18,891 84.25% +4.90%
2.26% 1948 Statewide Referendum: Veterans' Cash Bonus   No 48 18,655 76.26% +0.10%
2.49% 1949 Statewide Referendum: Taxation of Federal Land   Yes 49 7,658 56.57% +11.35%
3.00% 1949 Statewide Referendum: Veterans Housing   Yes 49 10,095 55.81% +4.08%
2.36% 1951 Statewide Referendum: Debt Limitation of Cities   Yes 51 7,214 60.43% -1.61%
2.40% 1951 Statewide Referendum: Four-Year Terms for Constitutional Officers   No 51 8,599 66.34% +5.42%
2.31% 1951 Statewide Referendum: Taxation of Federal Land   Yes 51 6,390 56.31% -5.82%
2.20% 1952 Statewide Referendum: Apportionment of Legislature   Yes 52 17,581 55.43% +7.63%
1.84% 1953 Statewide Referendum: Method of Reapportionment   Yes 53 9,073 58.68% +7.08%
1.82% 1953 Statewide Referendum: Terms of Justices and Judges   Yes 53 7,543 56.55% +3.69%
1.96% 1954 Statewide Referendum: Eligibility to Vote for President and Vice President   Yes 54 10,112 53.57% -3.45%
2.07% 1954 Statewide Referendum: Statewide Educational Television   No 54 15,909 76.39% +7.06%
1.80% 1955 Statewide Referendum: Judicial Retirement   Yes 55 7,161 71.01% +2.84%
1.74% 1955 Statewide Referendum: School Debt Limitation   Yes 55 5,346 55.98% -2.38%
1.58% 1956 Statewide Referendum: Dedication of Land   Yes 56 5,893 65.49% -0.57%
1.59% 1956 Statewide Referendum: Railroad Passes for Public Use   No 56 6,295 69.63% +2.81%
1.57% 1956 Statewide Referendum: Removing Limitation on Terms of Sheriffs   No 56 6,535 69.57% +14.65%
1.59% 1956 Statewide Referendum: Teacher's Retirement Benefits   Yes 56 5,582 56.61% -2.27%
2.49% 1957 Statewide Referendum: Daylight Saving Time   Yes 57 15,844 60.15% +5.53%
2.18% 1960 Statewide Referendum: Debt Limitation for Populous Counties   Yes 60 15,291 57.76% +1.31%
1.77% 1960 Statewide Referendum: Improvement of Port Facilities   Yes 60 8,662 53.12% +1.98%
2.21% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Classification of Property for Taxation   Yes 61 8,783 66.07% +2.67%
2.17% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Continuity of Civil Government   Yes 61 11,015 80.28% +1.29%
2.19% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Debt Limitation for School Districts   Yes 61 9,415 67.70% +3.11%
2.17% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Municipal Eminent Domain Proceedings   Yes 61 7,807 59.12% +1.82%
2.19% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Salary Increases for Public Officers   Yes 61 7,264 54.87% +5.74%
2.20% 1961 Statewide Referendum: Unlimited Tenure for Sheriffs   No 61 11,010 74.64% +16.85%
1.70% 1962 Statewide Referendum: County Executive Proceedings   Yes 62 8,628 60.11% -2.03%
1.70% 1962 Statewide Referendum: Creation of County Executives   Yes 62 8,583 58.76% -2.64%
1.72% 1962 Statewide Referendum: Deletion of 'Indians not taxed'   Yes 62 10,827 70.72% -0.14%
1.68% 1962 Statewide Referendum: Presidential Election Privilege   Yes 62 10,260 71.41% -1.81%
2.27% 1963 Statewide Referendum: Judicial Compensation   No 63 8,419 67.08% +6.25%
2.27% 1963 Statewide Referendum: Legislative Apportionment   No 63 6,185 53.51% -0.82%
2.28% 1963 Statewide Referendum: School Bonds   Yes 63 6,297 52.81% -2.94%
2.32% 1964 Statewide Referendum: Constitutional Amending Procedure   No 64 13,215 63.36% -1.33%
2.29% 1964 Statewide Referendum: Debt Limits of Local Governments   No 64 13,514 64.97% +2.04%
2.28% 1964 Statewide Referendum: Forestry Tax Appropriation   No 64 12,960 58.23% +3.33%
2.35% 1964 Statewide Referendum: Gasoline Tax Increase for Project 66 (Advisory)   No 64 21,999 90.13% +4.63%
2.32% 1965 Statewide Referendum: County Officers Amendment to Article VI   Yes 65 7,972 57.85% -6.00%
2.25% 1965 Statewide Referendum: Lottery Amendment to Article IV   Yes 65 10,692 73.24% +3.19%
3.09% 1966 Statewide Referendum: Debt Limits of Local Governments   Yes 66 8,831 56.24% -4.36%
3.04% 1966 Statewide Referendum: Justice of the Peace Abolition   Yes 66 8,478 51.85% -7.92%
3.05% 1966 Statewide Referendum: Legislators' Military Duty   Yes 66 10,957 65.02% -0.67%
2.72% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Changing Judicial Salaries During Term of Office   Yes 67 13,527 60.77% +0.89%
2.67% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Four-Year Term for Attorney General   Yes 67 12,746 57.76% -4.59%
2.70% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Four-Year Term for Governor and Lieutenant Governor   Yes 67 13,359 58.46% -4.79%
2.72% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Four-Year Term for Secretary of State   Yes 67 13,030 57.61% -4.91%
2.70% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Four-Year Term for State Treasurer   Yes 67 12,808 57.20% -4.83%
2.79% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Public Bus Transportation of Private School Students   Yes 67 16,817 69.18% +12.46%
2.69% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Single Ballot for Governor and Lieutenant Governor   Yes 67 12,479 56.50% -5.40%
2.68% 1967 Statewide Referendum: Successive Terms for Sheriff   Yes 67 12,827 57.43% -3.60%
2.37% 1968 Statewide Referendum: Forestry Appropriations and Taxation   Yes 68 14,940 67.17% -2.32%
2.32% 1968 Statewide Referendum: Frequency of Legislative Sessions   Yes 68 16,107 73.93% +2.48%
2.34% 1968 Statewide Referendum: Reserve Judge Service   Yes 68 16,272 75.34% +1.94%
2.31% 1968 Statewide Referendum: Retirement Date for Justices and Circuit Judges   Yes 68 17,620 80.47% +3.17%
2.37% 1969 Statewide Referendum: County Government Uniformity   Yes 69 7,701 50.03% -0.32%
2.39% 1969 Statewide Referendum: Recreational Lands   Yes 69 8,185 50.10% -2.73%
2.36% 1969 Statewide Referendum: State Debt   Yes 69 9,646 61.10% -0.31%
2.40% 1969 Statewide Referendum: Vocational Education Control and Funding by State   No 69 10,487 62.21% +3.86%
2.37% 1969 Statewide Referendum: Water Pollution Abatement   Yes 69 10,286 62.53% -1.87%
2.60% 1972 Statewide Referendum: County Coroner Option   Yes 72 17,964 61.81% -9.26%
2.55% 1972 Statewide Referendum: County Government Uniformity   Yes 72 13,950 50.34% -2.24%
2.61% 1972 Statewide Referendum: Released Time for Religious Instruction   Yes 72 18,617 60.47% +10.07%
2.60% 1972 Statewide Referendum: Use of School Buildings   Yes 72 23,390 76.79% +2.26%
2.39% 1974 Statewide Referendum: Removal of Judges by Address   Yes 74 12,026 73.10% +1.30%
2.39% 1974 Statewide Referendum: Retirement Benefits   Yes 74 9,804 57.65% +2.00%
2.43% 1974 Statewide Referendum: Taxation of Agricultural Lands   No 74 9,845 58.41% +9.34%
2.71% 1975 Statewide Referendum: Dueling   Yes 75 10,499 57.16% -1.16%
2.71% 1975 Statewide Referendum: Exclusions from Municipal Debt Limits   No 75 8,866 50.51% -1.61%
2.72% 1975 Statewide Referendum: Public Debt for Veterans Housing   Yes 75 10,668 57.11% +0.87%
2.75% 1975 Statewide Referendum: State Internal Improvements for Transportation Facilities   No 75 9,462 50.31% +0.30%
2.32% 1976 Statewide Referendum: Internal Improvements for Transportation Facilities   No 76 21,809 56.82% +0.41%
2.34% 1976 Statewide Referendum: Municipal Indebtedness   No 76 16,536 67.58% -0.98%
2.74% 1977 Statewide Referendum: Appeals Court   Yes 77 13,941 74.29% +7.79%
2.72% 1977 Statewide Referendum: Conduct of Raffle Games   Yes 77 14,922 69.98% +8.31%
2.71% 1977 Statewide Referendum: Court Reform   Yes 77 14,695 76.63% +7.20%
2.70% 1977 Statewide Referendum: Court System Disciplinary Proceedings   Yes 77 16,290 84.11% +5.25%
2.71% 1977 Statewide Referendum: Mandatory Retirement Age   Yes 77 14,492 71.15% +3.69%
2.60% 1978 Statewide Referendum: Overseas Voting   Yes 78 16,759 54.48% -1.19%
2.58% 1978 Statewide Referendum: Presidential Voting   Yes 78 19,892 64.01% -0.82%
2.11% 1978 Statewide Referendum: Town Government Uniformity   No 78 8,405 70.92% +2.75%
2.47% 1979 Statewide Referendum: Gubernatorial Succession   Yes 79 13,399 74.82% +0.63%
2.46% 1979 Statewide Referendum: Lieutenant Governor Vacancy   Yes 79 13,340 75.06% +0.21%
2.51% 1979 Statewide Referendum: Making the 4-Year Terms Understandable   Yes 79 13,122 75.00% -1.41%
2.48% 1979 Statewide Referendum: Senate Presiding Officer   Yes 79 9,243 53.31% +0.05%
2.50% 1980 Statewide Referendum: Voting in Public Inland Lake Protection and Rehabilitation Districts   Yes 80 31,639 80.69% +3.37%
2.10% 1981 Statewide Referendum: Bail Reform   Yes 81 11,314 77.91% +4.76%
2.11% 1981 Statewide Referendum: Banking Laws   Yes 81 7,124 54.04% +0.35%
2.11% 1981 Statewide Referendum: Creation of Corporations   Yes 81 8,762 68.58% -0.58%
2.11% 1981 Statewide Referendum: Metropolitan Sewage Debt   Yes 81 7,967 59.09% -1.56%
2.06% 1981 Statewide Referendum: Recall Elections   Yes 81 7,262 56.18% -2.34%
2.43% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Adjustment of Terms of Office for Justice of the Supreme Court   Yes 82 22,816 81.50% -1.96%
3.34% 1982 Statewide Referendum: County Responsibility for Acts of Sheriff   Yes 82 12,227 68.26% +9.26%
2.45% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Deletion of 1881 Transitional Provision   Yes 82 22,247 78.39% -0.98%
2.40% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Deletion of 1902 Transitional Provision   Yes 82 22,178 80.27% -0.95%
2.44% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Election of Legislative Officers   Yes 82 23,750 83.10% -0.36%
2.41% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Gender Neutral Wording   Yes 82 18,697 61.98% +0.29%
2.18% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Nuclear Weapons Moratorium (Advisory)   Yes 82 13,838 74.99% -0.79%
2.45% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Redistricting Correction   Yes 82 20,089 70.98% -1.22%
2.45% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Repeal of Draft Exemption Purchase   Yes 82 21,669 74.75% -0.26%
2.45% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Repeal of Obsolete Provisions Relating to the 1848 Transition from Territory to Statehood   Yes 82 22,445 79.66% -0.93%
2.48% 1982 Statewide Referendum: Repeal of Obsolete Provisions Relating to the 1977 Court Reorganization   Yes 82 21,358 77.00% -1.77%
2.84% 1983 Statewide Referendum: Radioactive Waste Disposal Site (Advisory)   No 83 17,629 87.80% -1.11%
3.74% 1986 Statewide Referendum: "Securing" the Inherent Rights of the People   Yes 86 15,170 83.54% -2.98%
3.84% 1986 Statewide Referendum: Deletion of Obsolete Provision   Yes 86 13,866 74.77% -4.12%
3.89% 1986 Statewide Referendum: Modernizing Constitutional Text   Yes 86 15,155 80.09% -2.96%
3.46% 1986 Statewide Referendum: Suffrage Defined by General Law   Yes 86 13,418 80.00% -2.85%
3.00% 1987 Statewide Referendum: Authorizing Pari-Mutuel On-Track Betting   No 87 16,903 50.80% +3.07%
2.99% 1987 Statewide Referendum: Authorizing the Creation of a Wisconsin State Lottery   Yes 87 19,834 58.68% -6.67%
2.40% 1989 Statewide Referendum: Authorizing Income Tax Credits for Property or Sales Taxes   No 89 11,725 60.03% +9.97%
3.74% 1990 Statewide Referendum: Limit Governor's Partial Veto Authority   Yes 90 13,519 56.46% -4.06%
2.63% 1991 Statewide Referendum: Affordable Housing   No 91 11,524 62.68% +5.01%
2.83% 1992 Statewide Referendum: Legislative Compensation Increases   Yes 92 22,304 72.66% +4.78%
2.90% 1992 Statewide Referendum: Property Tax Reduction   No 92 45,001 70.15% +0.69%
2.82% 1992 Statewide Referendum: Railway Improvement Bond Authorization   Yes 92 18,917 60.99% +2.66%
2.84% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Gambling Casinos on Excursion Vessels   No 93 17,520 57.71% +1.22%
2.83% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Lottery Definition and Divorce Provision   Yes 93 17,082 56.99% -1.92%
2.84% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Pari-Mutuel On-Track Betting   Yes 93 16,065 53.51% +1.56%
2.83% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Providing Rights for Victims of Crime   Yes 93 23,553 81.11% -2.97%
2.83% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Restriction of Gambling Casinos in the State   Yes 93 18,424 61.15% +0.34%
2.82% 1993 Statewide Referendum: State-Operated Lottery   Yes 93 21,100 70.44% -2.45%
2.84% 1993 Statewide Referendum: Video Poker and Other Forms of Video Gaming   No 93 19,231 63.86% -2.39%
2.68% 1995 Statewide Referendum: Eligibility of Judges for Nonjudicial Office   No 95 13,837 57.84% +1.55%
2.67% 1995 Statewide Referendum: Masculine Gender Pronouns   No 95 13,911 57.21% +2.45%
2.69% 1995 Statewide Referendum: Sports Lottery   No 95 20,094 77.33% +13.39%
2.90% 1996 Statewide Referendum: Eligibility of Convicted Persons to Hold Public Office   Yes 96 38,192 71.76% +1.36%
2.86% 1998 Statewide Referendum: Guaranteeing the Right to Keep and Bear Arms   Yes 98 34,649 74.30% +0.36%
2.86% 1998 Statewide Referendum: Sheriff Terms   Yes 98 32,269 71.67% -2.13%
2.90% 1999 Statewide Referendum: Distribution of State Lottery, Bingo and Pari-Mutuel Betting Proceeds for Property Tax Relief to State Residents   Yes 99 17,401 79.57% -6.39%
2.79% 2000 Statewide Referendum: Extend Right to Vote to Adult Children of US Citizens   Yes 00 34,817 59.81% -2.19%
2.86% 2003 Statewide Referendum: Right to fish, hunt, trap and take game.   Yes 03 19,638 84.17% +2.12%
3.65% 2005 Statewide Referendum: County Officeholder Terms   Yes 05 20,249 78.02% +2.89%
3.26% 2006 Statewide Referendum: Death Penalty (Advisory)   Yes 06 42,849 62.57% +7.05%
3.22% 2006 Statewide Referendum: Definition of Marriage   Yes 06 42,849 62.57% +3.14%
2.97% 2008 Statewide Referendum: Prohibit Partial Veto Authority   Yes 08 16,932 69.94% -0.67%
33.02% WI State Senate 02   Robert L. Cowles 12 21,359 99.29% +0.75%
0.79% WI State Senate 14   Luther S. Olsen 12 327 50.70% -6.83%
2.28% Supreme Court Justice ('09)   Shirley Abrahamson 09 11,710 64.56% +4.89%
4.83% Supreme Court Justice ('06)   N. Patrick Crooks 06 24,193 99.60% +0.21%
2.91% Supreme Court Justice ('11)   David T. Prosser Jr. 11 24,775 56.75% +6.56%
2.89% Supreme Court Justice ('13)   Patience Drake "Pat" Roggensack 13 13,626 56.55% -0.81%
2.63% Supreme Court Justice ('07)   Annette Ziegler 07 13,978 63.96% +5.35%
2.91% Supreme Court Justice ('08)   Michael Gableman 08 12,567 51.99% +0.80%

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