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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

 1:28 PM 

Kloppenburg gains, but Waukesha Co. pivotal for Prosser

According to unofficial vote totals from the 71 counties that have completed recounts of the April 5 Supreme Court election, Justice David Prosser has lost 355 votes to challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg.

In the official canvass completed before the recount, Prosser held a 7,316-vote lead including Waukesha County.

With much of Waukesha County still to be finished in the recount, Kloppenburg had 721,790 votes to Prosser's 688,152, according to unofficial totals listed on the Government Accountability Board Web site.

But Prosser is expected to add significantly to his vote total once Waukesha County is complete. He carried Waukesha County by 59,505 votes.

Waukesha County has been granted an extension until May 26 to finish its recount.

-- By Greg Bump


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