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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Losing the War in Wisconsin


As promised, here are some of the results from the antiwar referenda in Wisconsin. A yes vote is a vote to bring the troops home immediately. Preliminary results courtesy of The Capital Times:

Algoma

Yes
No

Amery
Yes - 223 (53%)
No - 196

Baraboo
Yes - 1,740 (52%)
No - 1,592

Casco
Yes
No

Couderay
Yes - 18
No - 4

Draper
Yes - 41 (65%)
No - 22

Edgewater
Yes - 38 (52%)
No - 35

Egg Harbor
Yes - 40
No - 47 (53%)

Ephraim
Yes - 55 (54%)
No - 47

Evansville troops home
Yes - 444
No - 425

Evansville support Bush
Yes - 386
No - 397

Exeland
Yes - 18 (53%)
No - 16

Forestville
Yes - 59
No - 61 (51%)

Frederic
Yes - 92 (53%)
No - 82

Hayward
Yes - 114
No - 127 (53%)

Kewaunee
Yes
No

La Crosse
Yes - 3,614 (55%)
No - 2,983

Ladysmith
Yes - 544 (53%)
No - 479

Luxemburg
Yes
No

Madison
Yes - 24,344 (68%)
No - 11,252

Monona
Yes - 1,864 (59%)

No - 1,290

Mount Horeb
Yes - 593 (53%)

No - 531

Newport (turnover to Iraq by end of 2006)
Yes - 58
No - 64

Ojibwa
Yes - 25 (61%)
No - 16

Osceola
Yes
No

Perry
Yes
No

Shorewood
Yes - 1,664 (70%)

No - 723

Sister Bay
Yes - 109
No - 113 (51%)

Sturgeon Bay
Yes - 722 (58%)
No - 531

Vermont
Yes - 190 (65%)
No - 101

Watertown
Yes - 897
No - 2,669 (75%)

Whitefish Bay
Yes - 1,313 (54%)

No - 1,115

Winter
Yes
No

Once the full results are in, I'll tally it up to show total votes for and against and a percentage statewide. But, so far, it looks like the antiwar voters were the victors.

Cool...

--Wisco
(keywords: politics, peace, referendum, pro-war, Iraq, cut and run )