The race for WI Governor was nearly too close to call, and while LT. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch said a recount would be demanded, that demand never came.
Evers, the state’s superintendent of schools, claimed 49.6 percent of the vote to Walker’s 48.4 percent, an advantage of just 1.2 percent, according to unofficial totals. Third party candidates received the remaining handful of votes.
Walker had not conceded as of early Wednesday. He is considering calling for a recount, his running mate, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, said. Final totals would have to show the race within 1 percentage point for the race to be eligible for a recount.
More than 2.6 million votes were cast in the race decided by about 30,000 votes.
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