Democrat Evers Holds Off Michels In Wisc Governor’s Race

  • Democratic Gov. Tony Evers won re-election early Wednesday, fending off a challenge from businessman Tim Michels and ensuring that Democrats and Republicans will continue to split control in Madison.
  • Michels conceded the race Wednesday just after midnight.
  • Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson was leading in his bid for a third six-year term in a closely-watched race against Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes. Both Johnson and the Barnes campaign said they would not call the race yet.