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

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U.S. President Barack Obama gets a kiss from a woman in the crowd as he arrives at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport in Willia
U.S. President Barack Obama gets a kiss from a woman in the crowd as he arrives at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport in Willia

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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