What's on the Ballot?
For every upcoming election, there are major contests that are on all the county ballots. We'll be highlighting those contests to delineate the differences between the candidates.
To see your full ballot, check out the My Vote Wisconsin website.
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
April 7, 2020 Primary
Winner: Jill Karofsky
Updated April 14, 2020
Liberal candidate Jill Karofsky received 856,470 votes compared to ultra-conservative Daniel Kelly's 692,976 votes, giving her a commanding 55.3% majority.
Read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article for more on the significance of this election.
COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE DISTRICT 2
Winner: Lisa Neubauer
Incumbent Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, Lisa Neubauer received 231,928 votes, holding off challenger Paul Bugenhagen, who received 197,062, giving her 54.1% of the vote and six more years on the Court of Appeals.
Winner: Marsy's Law
Wisconsin voters have approved a change to the state constitution aimed at increasing the number of rights crime victims have in the judicial process.
As of April 13, 2020, with 96 percent of precincts reporting, more than 75 percent voted in favor of Marsy's Law and just less than 24.6 percent voted against it.
“Additional rights of crime victims. Shall section 9m of article I of the constitution, which gives certain rights to crime victims, be amended to give crime victims additional rights, to require that the rights of crime victims be protected with equal force to the protections afforded the accused while leaving the federal constitutional rights of the accused intact, and to allow crime victims to enforce their rights in court?”