Some election officials in Wisconsin say voter turnout in Tuesday’s election has been more like a presidential election year.
The line of eager voters outside of Reedsburg City Hall extended out the door 10 minutes before the polls opened Tuesday morning for the midterm elections. That meant it was going to be a busy day, according to Louis Miller, a longtime chief election inspector for the city.
We recap the U.S. Senate Race between democratic incumbent Senator Tammy Baldwin and Republican challenger, state Senator Leah Vukmir. What do the results of this race tell us about the Wisconsin electorate, two years into President Trump’s tenure?
We take a look at the results of the national races: voter turnout, what the new makeup of Congress means for policy, President Trump’s response and more.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has defeated Republican state Sen. Leah Vukmir for another term in the U.S. Senate.
We get reactions from both sides of the political aisle to Tuesday's midterm elections, including races for Wisconsin governor, attorney general, the state Legislature and Congress. We also discuss what the results mean for the future of Wisconsin and the nation.
To political scientists and residents alike, parts of western Wisconsin appear pretty well divided between Republicans and Democrats, which jives with the area's long history of flipping its support during election cycles. But this year, experts are unsure and party advocates are split over whether this long-held "purple" region will swing to support Democrats.
Polls are open in Wisconsin's high stakes midterm election where voters will decide whether Republican Gov. Scott Walker will keep his job or turn it over to Democrat Tony Evers.
Wisconsinites are going to the polls Tuesday as voters make their choices in federal, statewide, regional and local contests. Wisconsin's partisan primaries for governor and U.S. senator are among the races at the top of the ballot.
Voters in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District have selected Republican Bryan Steil to replace U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan. Ryan is retiring after representing the southeastern region for nearly two decades.
Wisconsin officials are reminding voters that they can still get a valid photo ID for Tuesday's election.
Oneida County is asking people to vote on whether they support or oppose mining a zinc sulfide ore deposit in a referendum Tuesday.
Wisconsin candidates up and down the ballot made last-day campaign stops across Wisconsin on Monday.
The race for Wisconsin's 4th Congressional District — a heavily democratic district encompassing all of Milwaukee and many of its surrounding suburbs — has long-time incumbent U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Milwaukee, facing two little-known challengers.
Both Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger Tony Evers have spent the last several days crisscrossing the state by bus to rally voters in the final days leading to the election.
In the 2010 midterm elections, Republicans captured 11 governors offices previously held by Democrats, shifting state governments around the country significantly to the right. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is now the only governor from that group who's running for a third term.
Wisconsin's top election official has said the state has the resources it needs to respond to any potential issues during Tuesday's election.
Vice President Mike Pence will campaign for Gov. Scott Walker on Saturday at Valley Cartage in Hudson and rally voters ahead of Election Day.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Wisconsin on Saturday to campaign for Gov. Scott Walker. Pence, Walker and other GOP candidates rallied supporters at Valley Cartage in Hudson.
U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir had five campaign stops scheduled for Friday. She started the morning at Two Sisters Café in Watertown and followed it up with appearances in Dodgeville, Platteville, Richland Center and La Crosse, where she was to meet up with Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.