Election tabulations in Wisconsin are meticulous, deliberate, time-consuming and secure. This involves months, if not years, of careful planning, preparation and attention to detail by the municipal clerks throughout our state who manage our ballots. And they managed this during a pandemic where Wisconsin is one of the most active hotspots in the nation.
Nearly 3.3 million people in Wisconsin voted in the presidential election. That is the highest raw number in history. Turnout among the voting-age population was 72.5%, the highest since 2004.
Thank you to all of the people participated in the November election and especially to our election clerks!!