Election Results: Another Strong Turnout, as Fenger Wins Re-Election as Judge; Hagedorn Wins Locally

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.

4 Comments

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4 responses to “Election Results: Another Strong Turnout, as Fenger Wins Re-Election as Judge; Hagedorn Wins Locally

  1. Melanie Poser

    Can’t bring yourself to say Hagedorn won, because we all know somewhere in Madison or Milwaukee county there is a huge bag of votes that was suddenly found that need to be counted. Ironically they will ALL be for Lisa Nuebauer.

  2. Melanie

    Thanks Mayor

  3. Frank

    33% with only Judges contested, It is time to point out to the county,state and federal politicians representing South Milwaukee that you need to pay more attention to us.AKA give the Mayor some help.

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