Falls voters cast ballots in Supreme Court primary election

by Jeff Pederson
Sheboygan Falls News Editor

Voters in the city and town of Sheboygan Falls cast ballots in the spring primary election on Tuesday, Feb. 20, to help narrow the field to two candidates in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice race.

Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock, who tallied 46 percent of the statewide vote and Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet, who picked up 36 percent of the state vote, finished first and second in the three-way race to advance to the April 3 spring general election.

Screnock and Dallet will be vying for the seat currently held by Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who is not seeking re-election.

Madison Attorney Tim Burns, who claimed 18 percent of the statewide primary vote, was eliminated from the race.

In the city of Sheboygan Falls, Screnock led the way with 454 votes, followed by Dallet with 250 and Burns with 95.

A total of 803 city of Sheboygan Falls voters cast ballots in the primary election for a 17-percent voter turnout rate.

Screnock earned 137 votes in the town of Sheboygan Falls, while Dallet collected 27 votes and Burns had 14.

In the town of Sheboygan Falls, a total of 178 voters cast ballots in the primary election.

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