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The 2016 were held on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
The will be held on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
   
 
 2016 Wisconsin Presidential Primary Results 
 
  2016 Democratic Presidential Primary Results
100.00% reporting in Wisconsin | 96 Delegates

  Winner Bernie Sanders
Junior U.S. Senator from Vermont and Former Mayor of Burlington
Sanders profile & issues  Polls  Campaign website      

567,936
56.57
48
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Hillary Clinton
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady
Clinton profile & issues  Polls  Campaign website      

432,767
43.11
38
 votes
 %
 delegates
3,201
0.32
 votes
 %

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  2016 Republican Presidential Primary Results
100.00% reporting in Wisconsin | 42 Delegates | Winner-takes-most

  Winner Ted Cruz
U.S. Senator from Texas
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Cruz profile & issues  Polls 

531,129
48.24
36
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Donald Trump
Businessman, television personality and author
Trump profile & issues  Polls  Campaign website      

386,370
35.09
6
 votes
 %
 delegates
   John Kasich
Governor of Ohio
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Kasich profile & issues  Polls 

155,200
14.09
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
28,424
2.58
 votes
 %

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Governor of Wisconsin
The current Governor of Wisconsin is Republican Scott Walker.
He was sworn into the Office of Governor on January 3rd, 2011.
Scott Walker is 48 years old and serving his second elected term as Governor.
His Wisconsin Gubernatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Scott Walker is eligible for re-election in 2018 but has not yet announced his candidacy.
Walker was retained in a Recall Election on June 5, 2012
Governor Scott Walker official gubernatorial website
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Senior U.S. Senator from Wisconsin
The current Senior U.S. Senator from Wisconsin is Republican Ron Johnson.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2011.
Ron Johnson is 61 years old and serving his first elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Wisconsin senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 8th, 2016.
Ron Johnson is eligible for re-election in 2016 and has announced his candidacy.
Senator Ron Johnson official senatorial website
Senator Ron Johnson official Facebook page
Senator Ron Johnson Twitter page
 
 2016 Wisconsin U.S. Senate Elections 
  2016 Democratic Primary Candidate
  Russ Feingold
Former U.S. Senator from Wisconsin
Declared Democratic Candidate
Feingold campaign website      
  2016 Republican Primary Candidates
  Ron Johnson
Incumbent U.S. Senator from Wisconsin
Declared Republican Candidate
Johnson campaign website      
  John Schiess
Declared Republican Candidate
Schiess campaign website  
  2016 Third Party or Independent Candidate
  Phil Anderson
Declared Libertarian Candidate
Anderson campaign website  


Junior U.S. Senator from Wisconsin
The current Junior U.S. Senator from Wisconsin is Democrat Tammy Baldwin.
She was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2013.
Tammy Baldwin is 54 years old and serving her first elected term as U.S. Senator.
Her Wisconsin senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Tammy Baldwin is eligible for re-election in 2018 but has not yet announced her candidacy.
Senator Tammy Baldwin official senatorial website
Senator Tammy Baldwin official Facebook page
Senator Tammy Baldwin official Twitter account


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 Primaries and Caucuses
   
   Saturday, June 4th, 2016
 

12 delegates  |  Proportional

   Sunday, June 5th, 2016
 

67 delegates  |  Proportional

   Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
 

548 delegates  |  Proportional

27 delegates  |  Proportional

142 delegates  |  Proportional

43 delegates  |  Proportional

25 delegates  |  Proportional

   Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
 

45 delegates  |  Proportional

28 delegates  |  Proportional

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