By Eelisa A Jones
The people of Wisconsin have elected Republican candidates for three out of four major state positions.
Gov. Scott Walker resecured his office over challenger Mary Burke – defeating her by a little over 6 percentage points.
Our state has elected Republican candidates Schimel and Adamczyk as Attorney General and State Treasurer, respectively.
Democratic candidate, La Follette, narrowly won the position of Secretary of State by approximately 4 percentage points.
Voters in U.S. House District 4 have re-elected Democratic candidate Gwen Moore into Congress with 70 percent voter support.
Milwaukee voters have also supported the overturning of Citizens United – a piece of legislation that grants corporations the status of individuals – with 70 percent support.
The same voters supported the federal funding of Badgercare with 76 percent support, raising the minimum wage to $10.10 with 67 percent, and the retaining of the current structure of the county executive with 56 percent.
Wisconsin voters overall supported the isolation of transportation revenue with about 71 percent.