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Election 2022 headlines
Michels, who has repeatedly said he opposes exceptions, said Friday, Sept. 23, he would support them as governor.



U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany and challenger Dick Ausman drew contrasts in Wisconsin Public Radio candidate interviews.
The city council adopted language for an advisory referendum to appear on the Nov. 8 ballot.

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Republican nominees elected by voters Tuesday will face uncontested Democratic challengers Nov. 8.
Matt Izzard carried more than 62% of the vote Tuesday. As no Republicans are running for the office, the primary vote decided the outcome of the race.
Michels defeated former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, and will face Democratic Gov. Tony Evers in November.
Barnes pulls off an expected victory weeks after top Democratic primary opponents endorsed his campaign.
Voters will chose from three candidates in the Aug. 9 primary. The winner will take on Gov. Tony Evers in November.
Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes will face Sen. Ron Johnson in the general election on Nov. 8.
With an open seat in the 73rd Assembly District, two Republicans stepped forward to represent Burnett, Douglas and Washburn counties.
With an open seat in the 74th Assembly District, two Republicans stepped up to represent Wisconsin's largest assembly district by area.
With all three candidates running on the Democratic ticket, the race will be decided Aug. 9.
Republicans and Democrats on the commission repeatedly split over how to interpret the court's ruling.
Despite nearly a year of campaigning, former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch's lead has evaporated, polling shows.