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Obama wins Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes; Baldwin wins Senate race; Duffy re-elected to Congress

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UNDATED (WSAU)  Fox News and several other news organizations have called Wisconsin for Barack Obama (D) over Mitt Romney (R).

As of 10pm, Barack Obama has a narrow lead in the state-wide vote tally, 51% to 47% with 54% of the state's vote counted.

Marathon County voted for Mitt Romney, 52% to 46%. Romney also carried Wood County. Obama won Portage County.

 

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Fox News has also projected that Tammy Baldwin will win Wisconsin's U.S. Senate seat, defeating former governor Tommy Thompson. Baldwin has taken a 51% to 47% lead in the statewide vote totals as of 1:00am

 

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In the 7th congressional district, which covers Wausau and most of northern and north-western Wisconsin, incumbent Sean Duffy (R) has defeated challenger Pat Kreitlow (D). Duffy has 56% of the vote, to Keitlow's 44%.  

Ron Kind (D), who represents the 3rd congressional district that was recently redistricted to include Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids, has defeated Ray Boland (R). Kind won 64% to 36%.

Incumbent Reid Ribble (R) will keep his congressional seat in the 8th district, defeating Jamie Wall (D), 56% to 44%.

 

 

 

The state's presidential and senate results will be posted here as they come in:http://wsau.com/election/

 

 

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