The results are in from Tuesday’s 2019 spring general election, and you can seem them on the city website here.
Some highlights …
- Turnout was strong, at more than 33 percent of registered voters. Of the 3,901 ballots cost, 601 were absentee.
- South Milwaukee Municipal Judge William Fenger won re-election with just under 47 percent of the vote, beating challenger Kelly Martyka.
- The South Milwaukee School Board race was not contested, and challenger Augie Vega will join incumbents Sophia Williams and Doug Perry on the board.
- In the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, Brian Hagedorn won locally, with more than 51 percent, to Lisa Neubauer’s 47 percent.
Thanks to everyone who turned out at the polls today, and a special thanks to our pollworkers and clerk’s office for their efforts on this and every election day.