Spring primaries in the last 20 years involving state Supreme Court candidates averaged a 7.3 percent turnout among the voting-age population.
Two candidates are seeking the District 15 seat on the Dane County Board. Joseph Ryan, who remains on the ballot, has dropped out of the race.
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Madison attorney Tim Burns, Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock will be on the ballot in Tuesday's primary.
Madison attorney Tim Burns, Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock have been building their cases to voters over which one is the least likely to infect the court with politics.
A string of disclosures over the last nine months suggest Nicholson's Republican conversion may not have unfolded as cleanly as he has said.
Residents voted 352 to 29 in favor of a movement declaring the town's intention to keep sharing zoning authority with the county government. Four other Dane County towns were scheduled to take up the topic Tuesday.
Muldrow and Toews were the top vote-getters in the Feb. 21 primary for the seat, eliminating Cris Carusi in the only open and contested race on the school board.
In a race between two lawyers with similar positions on issues but vastly different professional experiences, former prosecutor Jill Karofsky defeated attorney and municipal judge Marilyn Townsend to become the newest Dane County judge.
Here are the results of Wisconsin's 2017 nonpartisan spring general election, including the state schools superintendent and Madison school board races.
On the ballot Tuesday: State school superintendent, Dane County Circuit Court judge, Madison School Board and dozens of other local races and referendums.