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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

 8:24 PM 

Early returns give Bruskewitz edge

Conservative Eileen Bruskewitz has a lead in early returns for the Dane County exec race.

In returns that are exclusively from out in the county, Bruskewitz had 33 percent of the vote. Joe Wineke was next at 23 percent, followed by Joe Parisi at 15 percent, Scott McDonell at 14 percent, Zach Brandon at 11 percent and Spencer Zimmerman at 1 percent.

Those returns include no wards from the city of Madison or Middleton, Monona, Stoughton, Sun Prairie and Verona.

UPDATE: With Madison wards starting to trickle in, Bruskewitz is at 28 percent, while Parisi is at almost 22 percent, followed by Wineke at 20, McDonell at 18, Brandon at 11 and Zimmerman at less than 1 percent.

The suburban communities except for Monona are now in, but less than 20 of the 147 Madison wards are in.

UPDATE 2: With more Madison wards coming in, Parisi has nosed ahead of Bruskewitz with 24.81 percent of the vote to 24.77. Wineke and McDonell are next at about 19 percent each.

-- By JR Ross

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