November 7, 2018 •
Walker falls in Wisconsin
In Wisconsin, Democrat Tony Evers upset incumbent Republican Scott Walker in the governor’s race.
Evers denied Walker a third term with 49.6% of the vote to Walker’s 48.4%.
Walker lost two key groups he carried in 2014, independents and college graduates.
Evers won in a landslide in urban Dane County and Milwaukee County, winning by more than 150,000 votes and 140,000 votes, respectively.
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