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2018 Wisconsin State Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Wisconsin State Senate election

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17 of the 33 seats in the Wisconsin State Senate
17 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Wisconsin State Senator Roth Leads a Q&A Session with Secretary Pompeo (50379157197) (cropped).jpg
Shilling Campaign (5964200435) (cropped).jpg
Leader Roger Roth Jennifer Shilling
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat District 19 District 32
Last election 9 seats, 48.6% 7 seats, 50.3%
Seats before 18 15[a]
Seats won 11 6
Seats after 19 14
Seat change Increase 2 Decrease 1
Popular vote 675,016 605,142
Percentage 52.3% 46.9%
Seats up 10 7

President before election

Roger Roth
Republican

Elected President

Roger Roth
Republican

An election was held on November 6, 2018 to elect 17 of the 33 members of Wisconsin's State Senate. The election coincided with elections for other offices, including U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Governor and State Assembly. The primary election was held on August 14, 2018.

Republicans maintained control of the Senate, winning 11 seats compared to 6 seats for the Democrats.[1]

Results

Statewide

Statewide results of the 2018 Wisconsin State Senate election:[2]

Party Candi-
dates
Votes Seats
No. % No. +/– %
Republican Party 15 675,016 52.31% 11 Increase 1 64.71%
Democratic Party 15 605,142 46.90% 6 Decrease 1 35.29%
Independent 1 1,776 0.14% 0 Steady 0.00%
Write-in 2 57 0.00% 0 Steady 0.00%
Scattering 8,346 0.65% 0 Steady 0.00%
Total 33 1,290,337 100.00% 17 Steady 100.00%
Popular vote
Republican
52.31%
Democratic
46.90%
Other
0.79%
House seats
Republican
64.71%
Democratic
35.29%

District

Results of the 2018 Wisconsin State Senate election by district:[2]

District Democratic Republican Others Total Result[b]
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes
District 1 39,414 45.42% 47,289 54.50% 65 0.07% 86,768 Republican Gain
District 3 36,875 97.40% - - 985 2.60% 37,860 Democratic Hold
District 5 45,591 48.75% 47,836 51.15% 102 0.11% 93,529 Republican Hold
District 7 56,198 66.25% 28,459 33.55% 165 0.19% 84,822 Democratic Hold
District 9 31,684 41.47% 44,680 58.47% 45 0.06% 76,409 Republican Hold
District 11 - - 59,512 95.89% 2,554 4.11% 62,066 Republican Hold
District 13 34,385 40.90% 49,668 59.07% 24 0.03% 84,077 Republican Hold
District 15 54,381 96.53% - - 1,952 3.47% 56,333 Democratic Hold
District 17 31,757 45.86% 37,465 54.10% 26 0.04% 69,248 Republican Hold
District 19 38,179 46.73% 43,493 53.23% 29 0.04% 81,701 Republican Hold
District 21 35,111 41.91% 48,603 58.01% 69 0.08% 83,783 Republican Hold
District 23 29,637 40.82% 42,958 59.17% 11 0.02% 72,606 Republican Hold
District 25 39,624 51.06% 37,960 48.92% 20 0.03% 77,604 Democratic Hold
District 27 64,606 66.16% 32,993 33.79% 54 0.06% 97,653 Democratic Hold
District 29 27,627 35.73% 49,657 64.22% 41 0.05% 77,325 Republican Hold
District 31 40,073 51.67% 35,684 46.01% 1,804 2.33% 77,561 Democratic Hold
District 33 - - 68,759 96.85% 2,233 3.15% 70,992 Republican Hold
Total 605,142 46.90% 675,016 52.31% 10,179 0.79% 1,290,337

Notes

  1. ^ Democrats gained two seats at 2018 special elections: District 10 in January 2018 and District 1 in June 2018.
  2. ^ Compared to the 2014 election.

References

  1. ^ Marley, Patrick; Beck, Molly (November 7, 2018). "Despite losses in statewide races, GOP strengthens hold on Wisconsin Senate". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee, U.S.A. Retrieved December 6, 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Summary Results - 2018 General Election" (PDF). Madison, U.S.A.: Wisconsin Elections Commission. pp. 6–10. Retrieved December 3, 2018.
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