Local results are in from Tuesday’s spring primary election.
In the primary for Milwaukee County executive, incumbent Chris Abele tallied 45% of the vote in South Milwaukee, with challenger Sen. Chris Larson coming in second with 40%. (The actual margin was 1,078 to 960.)
Both will advance to the general election on Tuesday, April 5.
In the primary for Wisconsin Supreme Court, Rebecca Bradley garnered 49% of votes cast Tuesday in South Milwaukee (1,168), with JoAnne Kloppenburg earning 37% (877).
Turnout was impressive, topping 20% in South Milwaukee.
Check out the full results here.
Thanks to everyone who voted today, and to our clerk’s staff and election night workers for their efforts!