Waupaca County votes
Republicans sweep the county, two referendums pass
Wisconsin election workers are still counting ballots in the 2020 presidential race.
However, Waupaca County has posted its unofficial results for state and federal races.
Republicans swept the polls in Waupaca County.
President Donald Trump received 18,948 votes to former vice president Joe Biden’s 9,699 votes.
U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher defeated Democratic challenger Amanda Stuck 19,954 to 8,749.
With 83% of the estimated total vote tallied in the 8th Congressional District, Associated Press called the election for Gallagher, who received 242,089 votes against Stuck’s 128,214.
Republican Joan Ballweg garnered 16,383 votes against Democrat Joni Anderson, who received 7,998 votes.
With 99.43% of the precincts reporting, Ballweg won the 14th Senate District, 61,877 to 33,453.
In Waupaca County, incumbent state Rep. Kevin Petersen won against his Democratic challenger Deb Silvers by a vote of 16,885 to 7,523.
With 100% of the precincts reporting, Petersen carried the 40th Assembly District 21,893 to 9,651.
In the Iola-Scandinavia School District, voters approved a referendum to exceed revenue limits by $8.3 million over the next five years.
The additional revenues will gradually increase from $1.25 million to $1.5 million annually.
I-S referendum passed by a vote of 1,677 to 1,255.
Voters in the Clintonville School District passed a $37 million referendum by a vote of 2,803 to 2,031.
The revenues will pay to build a new middle school addition on the existing high school and renovate the existing middle school to make it into an elementary school so that all facilities will be together on a northside campus.