The 2020 Wisconsin presidential election had its share of drama, right down to and after the end. President Donald Trump, who in an unofficial count fell more than 20,000 votes short of Democratic challenger Joe Biden, initially threatened to call for a recount (since then, he’s focused his fight on other states).
Nothing new here. When it comes to statewide races, Wisconsin is all about the drama.
The 2020 election is the fourth time in the past 20 years that the vote margin in the race for president in the state was less than 1 percentage point.
Here are some other dramatic statewide races, just from the past decade.
Results: Statewide results, county breakdowns and more
More: Why Wisconsin’s election results weren’t final on Tuesday
Full coverage: Wisconsin election section
2011: A Supreme computer error
The official canvass process takes place at the Waukesha County Courthouse April 9, 2011,
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