Live Blog: November 2012 Wisconsin Election Results

Patch will have a team of editors and reporters in the community covering Tuesday's election real-time in our live blog.

After more than a year of hype, hundreds of speeches and millions spent on campaign ads, the 2012 election is finally here — and Patch is covering it live in a real-time Election Day Blog.

We have more than two dozen reporters and editors throughout southeastern Wisconsin Tuesday, talking to voters, election officials and others — and providing updates and results in the blog until the final races are called.

We also want to hear from you, so make sure your post a comment in the blog. Tell us how you voted for and why; share your experiences at the polls; or just weigh in on the big election of 2012.


Here are the latest results for key races for Racine County and Wisconsin. Presidential results only represent votes in Wisconsin. Once a winner is announced, the candidate's name will appear in bold.

LAST UPDATE: 6:56 a.m.

     Race       Pct. reporting Democratic Candidate Results Republican Candidate Results President-Wisconsin totals

Obama-Biden (I)

1,597,201 Romney-Ryan 1,395,499 U.S. Senate 99% Tammy Baldwin 1,528,143 Tommy Thompson 1,363,317 1st Congressional District 100% Ron Zerban
98,566 Paul Ryan (I)
139,908 22nd State Senate District 100% Robert Wirch (I)
51,140 Pam Stevens
22,252 62nd State Assembly District 100% Melissa Lemke 15,030 Thomas Weatherston 17,017 63rd State Assembly District 100% Kelley Albrecht 12,569 Robin Vos (I) 17,584

Source: FOX6 News

Brian Dey November 06, 2012 at 11:44 PM
Indiana: Projected Winner: Romney (2% in) 11 Kentucky: Projected Winner: Romney (2%) 8
Brian Dey November 07, 2012 at 12:48 AM
I'm calling Georgia (15), West Virginia (5), and South Carolina (9) for Romney totals: Romney 53 Obama 3


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