WI April 5th Election Results

President GOP – Primary

3,548 of 3,852 precincts – 92 percent

x-Ted Cruz 490,949 – 49 percent
Donald Trump 352,681 – 35 percent
John Kasich 142,675 – 14 percent

President Dem – Primary

3,705 of 3,852 precincts – 96 percent

x-Bernie Sanders 535,868 – 56 percent
Hillary Clinton 411,694 – 43 percent

WI Justice of the Supreme Court:

3,269 of 3,852 precincts – 85 percent

x-Rebecca Bradley, NP (i) 874,234 – 53 percent
JoAnne Kloppenburg, NP 787,425 – 47 percent

Ashland School District Referendum:

“Shall the School District of Ashland, Ashland and Bayfield Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $34,360,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school building and improvement program at all District facilities and grounds consisting of: additions for classrooms and learning space; remodeling and modernization of facilities; energy efficiency and management system upgrades; technology, safety and security improvements, including secure main entrances; construction of a new field house; parking and site improvements; and acquiring furnishings, fixtures and equipment?”

Yes- 2,384
No- 1,761

Bayfield Mayor: (100%)

Larry Gansluckner  114
Gordon T. Ringberg 180

School District of Solon Springs School District Referendum: (100%)

Question: “Shall the Solon Springs School District be allowed to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wis. Stats., by up to $500,000 commencing with the 2016-2017 school year on a recurring basis for the purpose of maintaining current levels of educational programming, expenditures and operations?

Yes – 840 

No – 291 

Superior City Councilor District 5: (100%)

Denise McDonald – 470 

Brent Fennessey – 494

Superior City Councilor District 7: (100%)

Ruth M. Ludwig – 277

Bob Finsland – 257

Superior City Councilor District 9: (100%)

Dennis Dalbec – 283
Keith Kern – 606

Superior School Board Member- (100%)

Robert Elden Morehouse-
Christina M. Kintop-

Superior School District Referendum: (100%)

Question: “Do you approve the Initial Resolution of the School District of Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin, adopted on January 12, 2016, in which General Obligation Bonds or Promissory Notes are authorized pursuant to Chapter 67, Wisconsin Statutes in an amount not to exceed $92,500,000 for constructing and equipping (i) an addition to and improvements at the Superior High School; (ii) a new elementary school to replace the existing Cooper Elementary School; and (iii) various improvements at the elementary schools and the Superior Middle School, which will include secure entrances?”

Yes – 5,555 

No- 4,548

For a full list of Douglas County election results, click here. 

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