He said he wants to prevent a repeat of a four-liberal court majority that existed from 2004 until 2008, although the court would still have a conservative majority even if Dallet wins. She drew support from former officials from Barack Obama's administration.
Although the race was viewed by some as a bellwether, the results of past Supreme Court elections have not consistently proved to be predictive of what will happen in November. Screnock must also repeat Prosser's wins in counties like Brown (6,103-vote margin) and Outagamie (5,908-vote margin) and in Milwaukee-area suburban counties like Ozaukee (12,556-vote margin).
A FOX6 analysis shows Dallet won 24 counties that President Donald Trump carried in 2016, which includes counties all over the state.
"I don't know seriously how all of this small-town, statewide stuff relates to national" contests, he said, "but I think there's some truth to it".
"It's not a mystery which side people are on", said Joe Zepecki, a Democratic strategist in the state.
Past Supreme Court elections typically have been low-turnout events, with less than 20% of eligible voters showing up at the polls, according to data from the state Elections Commission. The party labels will be on the ballot in November, encouraging stronger voter turnout.
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November's election will be different that Tuesday in at least two ways. The state Republican Party gave $300,000 to Screnock, a huge chunk of the $800,000 he raised overall.
A statewide referendum to eliminate the constitutional office of state treasurer - which would have consolidated many statewide powers into Walker's domain - also failed, as voters made a decision to keep that post intact as a potential check on the governor within the executive branch.
But getting to the polls won't be easy for some people.
Turnout is usually around 21 percent for Wisconsin's spring election. But this year's race has attracted several high-profile Democrats, including former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. This included garnering an astonishing 81 percent of the vote in Dane County. Screnock was appointed judge by Republican Gov. Scott Walker in 2015 and previously worked as a private-practice attorney and local government leader.
Both candidates argued the other couldn't be trusted to serve as an independent voice on the state's highest court because of the partisans supporting their campaigns.
If you haven't already read Allahpundit's piece on the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, please do so. Both states have five women, or 71%, on their seven-member courts.
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