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Tuesday, August 14, 2012
While Milwaukee Dems Jason Fields and Peggy Krusick have fallen in their primaries, other leggie incumbents appear poised to survive.
Republican Luther Olsen in the 14th SD, with 14,484 votes to 4,260 for David Eiler with 147 of 148 precincts in.
Republican Al Ott in the 3rd AD, who had 3,930 votes to 1,379 for Brandi Lefeber with 19 of 23 precincts in.
Dem JoCasta Zamarripa in the 8th AD, who had 527 votes to 248 for Laura Manriquez with all 27 precincts in.
Dem Josh Zepnick in the 9th AD, who had 593 votes to 248 for Jose Guzman.
Dem Sandy Pasch in the 10th AD, who had 3,531 votes to 1,751 for her nearest competitor Millie Coby with all 30 precincts in.
Dem Fred Kessler in the 12th AD with 1,633 votes to 677 for Mario Hall with all 26 precincts in.
Republican Don Pridemore in the 22nd AD with 6,878 votes to 1,421 for Nick Oliver with 25 of 30 precincts in.
Republican Mike Endsley in the 25th AD with 3,798 votes to 2,229 for Devin LeMahieu with 19 of 28 precincts in.
Dem Janis Ringhand in the 45th AD with 1,819 votes to 1,449 for Sheila DeForest with all 36 precincts in.
Republican Travis Tranel in the 49th AD with 3,033 votes to 1,456 for Dave Kuhle with 16 of 17 precincts in.
Republican Dean Kaufert in the 55th AD AD with 4,230 votes to 2,312 for Jay Schroeder with 16 of 17 precincts in.
Dem Brett Hulsey in the 78th AD with 5,195 votes to 496 for Christopher Fisher with 25 of 26 precincts in.
Dem Sondy Pope-Roberts in the 80th AD with 2,813 votes to 2,458 for Joe Wineke with 38 of 40 precincts in.
-- By JR Ross
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