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Wisconsin Question 2 Results

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Latest results from April 15

>95% of votes in

Question race called

Question Answer

Winner

YesYesYes

684,487 +58.6% 58.6%

NoNoNo

483,946 +41.4% 41.4% 1,168,433

Results by county

MadisonKenoshaMilwaukeeOshkoshEau ClaireGreen BayMadisonKenoshaMilwaukeeOshkoshEau ClaireGreen Bay

Results by county 50% 50% 151,417 >95% 31% 69% 126,653 >95% 68% 32% 104,824 >95% 63% 37% 49,478 >95% 67% 33% 35,458 >95% 74% 26% 32,931 >95% 59% 41% 31,624 >95% 64% 36% 30,946 >95% 59% 41% 29,905 >95% 68% 32% 29,673 >95% 56% 44% 28,808 >95% 65% 35% 25,008 >95% 68% 32% 22,955 >95% 67% 33% 22,648 >95% 54% 46% 21,957 >95% 50% 50% 20,509 >95% 65% 35% 19,070 >95% 62% 38% 17,736 >95% 57% 43% 17,725 >95% 66% 34% 16,337 >95% 70% 30% 15,855 >95% 69% 31% 15,435 >95% 65% 35% 14,834 >95% 65% 35% 13,721 >95% 54% 46% 13,538 >95% 59% 41% 12,096 >95% 64% 36% 10,274 >95% 66% 34% 10,033 >95% 54% 46% 9,735 >95% 65% 35% 9,731 >95% 68% 32% 9,574 >95% 64% 36% 9,332 >95% 69% 31% 8,691 >95% 61% 39% 8,546 >95% 56% 44% 8,384 >95% 71% 29% 8,287 >95% 60% 40% 8,008 >95% 70% 30% 7,837 >95% 59% 41% 7,610 >95% 70% 30% 7,479 >95% 69% 31% 7,016 >95% 65% 35% 6,869 >95% 53% 47% 6,093 >95% 69% 31% 5,801 >95% 69% 31% 5,694 >95% 66% 34% 5,610 >95% 52% 48% 5,550 >95% 62% 38% 5,105 >95% 47% 53% 5,057 >95% 66% 34% 4,693 >95% 70% 30% 4,536 >95% 72% 28% 4,480 >95% 72% 28% 4,377 >95% 66% 34% 4,017 >95% 68% 32% 4,012 >95% 68% 32% 3,991 >95% 54% 46% 3,616 >95% 70% 30% 3,482 >95% 66% 34% 3,449 >95% 59% 41% 3,397 >95% 64% 36% 3,255 >95% 70% 30% 3,243 >95% 71% 29% 3,028 >95% 69% 31% 2,844 >95% 55% 45% 2,721 >95% 63% 37% 2,699 >95% 64% 36% 2,645 >95% 66% 34% 2,167 >95% 68% 32% 1,704 >95% 59% 41% 1,352 >95% 74% 26% 1,076 >95% 54% 46% 192 >95%

What to expect

Polls close at 9 p.m. Eastern time. In the 2022 primaries, first votes were reported 14 minutes later, and the last update of the night was at 3:01 a.m. Eastern time with 99.8 percent of votes reported.

Wisconsin voters may participate in either party's presidential primary as well as vote on the fate of two Republican-backed state constitutional amendments related to election administration. Judicial and local offices will also be on the ballot.

Two weeks of early voting were offered, as well as no-excuse vote by mail. As of Monday, more than 260,000 voters had already cast a ballot.

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