WISCONSIN 11 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, State Elections Board)
Total Population, April 1, 2000               5,363,375
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000         3,930,000          % change from '96  +2.4
(Registration by municipalities; no statewide registation total).
Wisconsin has: 72 counties, 1,848 municipalities.
Five largest counties: Milwaukee, Dane, Waukesha, Brown, Racine.
Five largest cities: Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton-Oshkosh, Green Bay, Racine. 

Government
Governor: Tommy Thompson (R) re-elected to a fourth term in 1998.
State Legislature: Wisconsin Legislature   House: 44D, 55R  Senate: 17D, 16R
Local: Counties, Cities...   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 5D, 4R - 1. P.Ryan (R) | 2. T.Baldwin (D) | 3. R.Kind (D) | 4. J.Kleczka (D) | 5. T.Barrett (D) | 6. T.Petri (R) | 7. D.Obey (D) | 8. M.Green (R) | 9. J.Sensenbrenner (R)
U.S. Senate: Herb Kohl (D) up for re-election in 2000, Russ Feingold (D) re-elected 1998. 
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 99 House seats and 16 of 33 Senate seats were up.  Minor changes -- House: 43D, 56R  Senate: 18D, 15R.
U.S. House: All members of the delegation re-elected.
U.S. Senate: Herb Kohl (D) re-elected.
Governor: On Dec. 29, 2000, then President-elect Bush named Gov. Tommy Thompson as his choice for Secretary of HHS; Thompson resigned effective Feb. 1, 2001; Lt. Gov. Scott McCallum (R) assumed the post.

 The Badger State
 

State of Wisconsin
State Elections Board

Democratic Party of WI
Libertarian Party of WI
Natural Law Party of WI
Reform Party of WI
Republican Party of WI
WI Green Party
Constitution Party of WI

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
WSJ/Capital Times
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-WI
wispolitics.com
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)....1,071,971 (48.81)
Dole (Rep.)...........845,029  (38.48)
Perot (Ref.)...........227,339
 (10.35)
Nader (Ind.).............28,723
(1.31)
Others (6+scat).......23,107
(1.05)
Total........2,196,169

1992
Clinton (Dem.)....1,041,066 (41.13)
Bush (Rep.)..........930,855 (36.78)
Perot (Ind.)............544,479
 (21.51)
Others (11+scat).....14,714
(0.58)
Total........2,531,114

Results
2000
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
 1,237,279
(47.61)
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
 1,242,987
(47.83)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
 6,640
(0.26)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
 2,042
(0.07)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
 94,070
(3.62)
Moorehead/LaRiva(WWP)
 1,063
(0.04)
Harris/Trowe (SWP)
306
 - 
Hagelin/Goldhaber (Ref.)
878
(0.03)
Buchanan-Foster (Ref.)
11,446
(0.44)
Scattering
1,896
(0.07)
Total........2,598,607
Overview
Both major campaigns poured significant resources into the battleground state of Wisconsin.  Ralph Nader's appeal in this state gave the Bush forces grounds for optimism, but on Election Day the Gore-Lieberman ticket eked out a narrow win, gaining a plurality of 5,708 votes (0.22 percentage points) over Bush-Cheney.  Bush carried 46 counties to Gore's 26.  By comparison, in 1996, when Dole did not actively compete in the state, the Dole-Kemp ticket carried just 11 counties, while Clinton-Gore won in 61.  Four-term Gov. Tommy Thompson was an ardent Bush supporter, and his organization provided a foundation for Bush's strong showing as the state's electors nearly went into the Republican column for the first time since 1984.
General Election Activity  |  Photos

 
Primary Date:   Tuesday, April 4, 2000
Republican Primary
Total Vote Percent
Gary Bauer 1,813 0.37%
+George W. Bush 343,292 69.24%
Steve Forbes 5,505 1.11%
Orrin G. Hatch
1,712
0.35%
Alan Keyes 48,919 9.87%
John McCain
89,684
18.09%
Uninstructed
3,452
0.70%
Scattering
1,392
0.28%
Total 495,769

Total Delegates
37 of 2,066 (1.8%)
 
Democratic Primary
Total Vote Percent
Bill Bradley 32,560 8.77%
+Al Gore 328,682 88.55%
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. 3,743 1.01%
Uninstructed 4,105 1.11%
Scattering
2,106
0.57%
Total 371,196

Total Pledged Delegates
77 of 3,537 (2.2%).
Total Delegates
92 of 4,335 (2.1%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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