Mount Pleasant Voters Choose Romney, Baldwin, Ryan
Voters split their support for Democratic and Republican candidates.
Results rolled in late Tuesday night from Mount Pleasant, but in the end, voters here could best be described as purple.
Republican Mitt Romney triumphed over President Barack Obama, but residents also chose to send Democrat Tammy Baldwin to the US Senate over former Gov. Tommy Thompson. At the same time, US Rep. Paul Ryan kept his seat in the 1st Congressional District.
Mount Pleasant has a total of 18,131 voters. With 16,123 ballots cast, the village saw a record turnout of 89 percent.
|Race||Pct. reporting||Democratic Candidates||Results||Republican Candidates||Results|
|President - Mount Pleasant
|President - Sturtevant||100||Obama-Biden||1,425||Romney-Ryan||1,424|
|U.S. Senate - Mount Pleasant||100||Tammy Baldwin||7,742||Tommy Thompson||7,569|
|U.S. Senate - Sturtevant||100||Tammy Baldwin||1,401||Tommy Thompson||1,351|
|62nd State Assembly District
||100||Melissa Lemke||394||Thomas Weatherston||394|
|63rd State Assembly District - Mount Pleasant
|63rd State Assembly District - Sturtevant||100||Kelley Albrecht||1,383||Robin Vos||1,338|
|22nd State Senate District||100||Bob Wirch||1,713||Pam Stevens||1,526|
|1st Congressional District - Mount Pleasant
||Rob Zerban||7,266||Paul Ryan||8,295
|1st Congressional District - Sturtevant||100||Rob Zerban||1,411||Paul Ryan||1,329|