Tuesday, June 5, 2012 – 07:30 p.m.

In a nationally tracked election with November implications. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (R) have easily defeated a recall attempt by the state’s democratic party and labor unions.

Additionally, four of the Wisconsin’s State Senators also defeated recall attempts intended to swing control of the legislative chamber to democratic hands.

Here is the initial results:

Governor – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 1889 of 3424 Precincts Reporting – 55%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Walker , Scott (i)GOP673,22858%
Barrett , TomDem478,82641%
Trivedi , HariInd6,7241%
Lieutenant Governor – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 1889 of 3424 Precincts Reporting – 55%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Kleefisch , Rebecca (i)GOP655,15758%
Mitchell , MahlonDem478,10242%
State Senate – District 13 – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 54 of 97 Precincts Reporting – 56%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Fitzgerald , Scott (i)GOP23,34559%
Compas , LoriDem15,52540%
Virgil , TerryLib3721%
State Senate – District 21 – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 6 of 60 Precincts Reporting – 10%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Wanggaard , Van (i)GOP5,78663%
Lehman , JohnDem3,44837%
State Senate – District 23 – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 96 of 168 Precincts Reporting – 57%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Moulton , Terry (i)GOP18,80861%
Dexter , KristenDem12,12839%
State Senate – District 29 – Special General
June 05, 2012 – 09:31PM CT
Wisconsin – 105 of 172 Precincts Reporting – 61%
NamePartyVotesVote %
Petrowski , JerryGOP23,27164%
Seidel , DonnaDem13,17036%