G.A.B. Certifies Fall 2012 Election Results
MADISON, Wis.-- The State Accountability Board reports it has officially certified each election from November 6th.
Of note, a high turnout for the Presidential election between Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. Mr. Obama won Wisconsin and re-election to another four year term in the White House.
"The 3,071,434 votes cast for President was the highest number of votes cast for a single office in a statewide election in Wisconsin history. This record turnout reflects the voting public’s deep-rooted commitment to participate in the selection of their governmental leaders,” said Kevin J. Kennedy, Wisconsin’s chief election official. “Wisconsin’s turnout rate of 70.14 percent of eligible voters casting ballots in the presidential race was the fourth-highest percentage since records have been kept going back to 1948.”
Results from each election can be found on the G.A.B.'s website http://gab.wi.gov/elections-voting/results