With a potential recount on the horizon, Appeals Court Judge Brian Hagedorn described his nearly 6,000 vote lead in the Supreme Court race as "insurmountable."
Hagedorn told reporters during a press conference in Pewaukee today that a few days back people on his team told him there's no precedent for being outspent the way he was and winning.
"But there is now," Hagedorn said. "We made history. We made history in a significant way and our margin of victory appears to be insurmountable."
Hagedorn said given the margin, a recount "wouldn't make a whole lot of sense," but should opponent Lisa Neu...