Here is a summary of the election results in Wisconsin: (View full map)
President Barack Obama won heavily-contested Wisconsin, a swing state blanketed by both campaigns in the closing weeks of the race. No Republican has taken the Badger state since Ronald Reagan in 1984, and Obama took the state by 14 points in 2008. A key brick in Obama’s Midwest firewall, the president trammeled from Green Bay to Madison to Milwaukee in the last week of the campaign as outside groups dumped a record number of ads onto the airwaves. Democrats leaned on the state’s progressive underpinnings and the state’s same-day registration – which helps bring out younger, Democratic-leaning voters – to lead Obama to victory. Republicans, meanwhile, felt they owned an enthusiasm advantage because Gov. Scott Walker won a recall election earlier this year. They also counted on the state native Paul Ryan’s presence on the ticket to get out the Republican vote.