Falls voters favor Bradley, Kloppenburg in primary

by Jeff Pederson Sheboygan Falls News Editor

Voters in the city and town of Sheboygan Falls cast ballots in expectedly light numbers, during the statewide Wisconsin Supreme Court justice primary election Tuesday, Feb. 16.

In the city of Sheboygan Falls, incumbent Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca G. Bradley claimed 425 votes, while Wisconsin District IV Court of Appeals Judge JoAnne F. Kloppenburg picked up 225 votes and Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Joe Donald picked up 77 votes.

Sheboygan Falls City Clerk- Treasurer Joel Tauschek reported that 827 city residents cast votes for a 14 percent voter turnout rate.

Bradley, a Milwaukee native, was also the choice among town of Sheboygan Falls voters with 116 votes. Kloppenburg placed second with 43 votes and Donald placed third with nine votes.

A total of 167 out of a possible 1,114 registered voters cast ballots in the town of Sheboygan Falls for a 14.99 percent voter turnout rate.

Bradley edged Kloppenburg statewide by a margin of 245,293 (45 percent) to 236,116 (43 percent) in the statewide primary election. Donald finished third with 65,110 votes (12 percent).

Gov. Scott Walker appointed Bradley to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in October 2015, following the death of Justice Patrick Crooks.

Bradley and Kloppenburg move on to face either other in the spring general election on Tuesday, April 5.

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