Baldwin Beats Vukmir in 10 Point Margin in Election

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U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin took on Leah Vukmir in last night’s Election, and those in Wisconsin made their voices heard for Baldwin.

The CBS Network declared Baldwin the winner shortly after 8pm. Baldwin won by a historic margin when compared to past statewide elections. She won by a 10.8 point margin in last nights election and back in 2012, she only won by a 5.5 margin. 

Baldwin had a total of 1,471,904 votes against Vukmir’s 1,183,061 votes, with Baldwin coming in at 55% and Vukmir 45%.

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