Official results, certified by the Wisconsin Elections Commission, show Democratic Gov. Tony Evers won about 69.8% of the vote in the city of Wauwatosa, compared to Republican Tim Michels’ 29.5%.
In the 2022 midterm election, Evers won 18,548 of the 26,570 total votes across all Wauwatosa wards. Michels earned 7,838 votes in the city.
In 2018, Evers won Wauwatosa by a smaller margin, taking 57.3% of the votes compared to Republican incumbent Gov. Scott Walker’s 41.1%.
Wauwatosa is in Milwaukee County, where Evers won with 70.9% of the vote, compared to Michels’ 28.1%.
Republicans lost ground and Evers made gains in the Milwaukee suburbs in Ozaukee and Waukesha counties.
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