Wisconsin’s 2018 mid-term turnout breaks record

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Statewide turnout in Wisconsin was remarkable in the 2018 election no matter how you measure it. Nearly 2.7 million people voted, which is easily the most ever votes cast in a Wisconsin mid-term, and higher than the 2,516,065 that voted in the 2012 recall election. Estimates are pegging turnout to almost 60 percent of the voting-age population. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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