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How Fond du Lac County Voted

Contested Races Only!!! Denotes overall winner **

Governor:

Mary Burke (D)   15,001

Scott Walker (R)  27,473 **

Dennis Fehr (PEO) 121

Robert Burke (LIB)306

Attorney General:

Susan Happ (D) 14,323

Brad Schimel (R) 26,173 **

Thomas Nelson (LIB) 1,255

Secretary of State:

Doug LaFollette (D) 16,423 **

Julian Bradley (R)  23,272

Jerry Broitzman (CON) 497

Andy Craig (LIB) 927

State Treasurer:

David Sartori (D) 14,050

Matt Adamczyk (R) 24,185 **

Andrew Zuelke (CON) 765

Ron Hardy (GRN) 865

Jerry Shidell (LIB) 801

6th Congressional District: 

Mark Harris (D) 16,010

Glenn Grothman (R) 24,702 **

Gus Fahrendorf (LIB) 911

State Assembly 41st District:

Joe Kallas (D) 1,364

Joan Ballweg (R) Inc 2,121 **

State Assembly 42nd District:

George Ferriter (D)  360

Keith Ripp  (R) Inc 1,023 **

State Transportation Referendum:

Yes 31,614 **

No 6,524

Town of Ripon Ref Treasurer Appointment:

Yes 359 **

No 314

Town of Ripon Ref Clerk Appointment:

Yes 350 **

No  312

City Of FDL Campaign Finance Referendum:

Yes 9,771**

No 3,559

City Of Ripon Campaign Finance Referendum:

Yes 2,119 **

No 570

Ripon School District Referendum Question #1:

To borrow $29.1 million for a building program.

Yes 2,520 **

No 1,333

Ripon School District Referendum Question #2:

To continue $500,000 operational referendum through the 2020-2021 school year.

Yes 2,343 **

No 1,446

Total Ballots Cast in Fond du Lac County: 43,080.


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