WAUSAU, Wis (WSAU) Pat Snyder, former morning host of WSAU radio, has lost his bid for the 85th state assembly seat to Mandy Wright.
With 100% of the precincts reporting, Wright (D) has 13,919 to Snyder's (R) 13,008.
In other state assembly races in Central Wisconsin:
In the 35th assembly district, Mary Czaja (R) has defeated Kevin Koth (D), 55% to 41%.
In the 69th assembly district, Scott Suder (R) has defeated Paul Knoff (D) 64% to 34%.
The 70th state assembly race is too close to call, with Amy Sue Vruwink (D) leading Nancy Vandermeer (R) by 167. 100% of the precincts have reported. A recount is possible.
In the 72nd assembly district, incumbent Scott Krug (R) has a lead over challenger Justin Pluess (D) by 159 votes. A recount is also possible in that race.
In the 86th assembly district, John Spiros (R) has defeated Dennis Halkoski (D), 56% to 44%.
In the 87th assembly district, Mary Willians (R) defeated Elizabeth Riley (D), 69% to 31%.
In the 24th state senate district, Julie Lassa has a lead over Scott Noble, 55% to 45%, a margin of about 7,000 votes.
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In Weston, two funding referendum questions were defeated. Question One, which asked residents if they were willing to have property tax increases of $120,000 to pay for bus service, was rejected 3,806 to 3,083. A second question, which asked for an additional $400,000 for general services, was also rejected 3,687 to 3,161.
Marshfield voters have approved $2.5 million in additional school funding at referendum.