State Superintendent Tony Evers was on pace to easily top his margins of victory for his first two terms, following his election win last night.
With almost all precincts in, Evers had 494,845 votes, or 70 percent, while challenger Lowell Holtz had 212,529, or 30 percent.
In 2013, Evers beat then-GOP Rep. Don Pridemore with 61.1 percent of the vote.
In 2009, Evers won his first term over school choice advocate Rose Fernandez with 57.1 percent.
The just more than 700,000 people who voted in the state superintendent race is a little under 16 percent of the state’s voting age population.