Polling places are open across Wisconsin as election officials brace for high turnout amid partisan tensions in a high stakes midterm election.
All statewide offices are on the ballot plus many school and local referendums and a nationally important U.S. Senate race. Republicans will be trying for a veto-proof majority and to add another conservative member to the congressional delegation under new GOP-drawn maps.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, will be in Neenah tonight to watch returns come in, while Dem challenger Mandela Barnes will be in Milwaukee.
Dem Gov. Tony Evers will be in Madison, while GOP challenger Tim Michels will be in Milwaukee.
And Dem AG Josh Kaul will be in Madison, while GOP rival Eric Toney will be in Fond du Lac.
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