While ballots are still being counted across the country to decide who will be the nation’s next President, things in Wisconsin have crystallized a bit.
Unofficially, Biden has a vote total lead of just over 20,000 with no apparent large swaths of votes available for Trump to make up the margin. While there could be some twists and turns left either in the count or the courts, Biden is likely to win the state’s 10 Electoral votes.
As expected, all seven of Wisconsin’s U.S. House members returned with only Congressman Kind’s race coming down to the wire. The eighth seat went, as expected, to state Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R - Juneau). His departure from the state Senate will trigger a special election to fill the remaining two years of his four-year term.