Recount likely in WI Supreme Court race

With all precincts in Wisconsin reporting, Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn has a nearly 6,000 vote lead over candidate Lisa Neubauer.

The vote totals show that Hagedorn has 605,728 votes to Neubauer’s 599,766 votes. That’s a difference of 5,962 votes. That is exactly one-half of a percentage point, well within the margin for a recount.

Neubauer’s campaign manager Tyler Hendricks said Tuesday night that they were “almost assuredly headed to a recount.”

In a statement Tweeted out at about 2:15 a.m., Hagedorn said, “The people of Wisconsin have spoken, and our margin of victory is insurmountable.”

Hagedorn goes on to thank his family, friends and others who supported him along the way.

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