St. Croix County favored President Donald Trump over his Democratic challenger Joe Biden by nine thousand votes. The county had 56,995 people casting ballots for the November 3rd Presidential Election.
Only the City of Hudson cast more votes for the Biden/Harris team, with the rest of the county voters going to the Trump/Pence ticket.
In St. Croix County Trump collected 32,190 votes to Biden’s 23,190 listed in unofficial results on the St. Croix County Clerk’s web site.
In unofficial results, Wisconsin voters favored Biden by 20,534 votes with Biden getting 1,630,541 to Trump’s 1,610,007.
For the Seventh congressional district, Tom Tiffany retained his seat in Congress with a ninety thousand-vote margin over Tricia Zunker. The election between these two candidates is a repeat of a special election held earlier this year to replace Sean Duffy, who had resigned his seat in Congress. The count for the district gave Tiffany 252,004 votes to Zunker with 162,729. In St. Croix County Tiffany collected 33,391 votes to Zunker with 22,356.
For the State Senator in district number 10, where incumbent Patty Schachtner was being challenged by current state representative Rob Stafsholt. In St. Croix County, which is home to both candidates, Stafsholt out polled Schachtner by a count of 33,320 to 22,186 and the total voted in the district was 61,889 to 41,217 in Stafsholt favor.
For Assembly district number 29 which includes the eastern part of St. Croix County and the western part of Dunn County Clint Moses out polled John Rocco Calabrese 18,958 to 12,521.