Kaul declares victory over Schimel in Wisconsin attorney general race

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MADISON (WKOW) — Democrat Josh Kaul declared victory Wednesday morning over Incumbent Republican Brad Schimel in the Attorney General’s race.

Kaul made the announcement during a news conference in front of the Dane County Courthouse.

Attorney General Brad Schimel released the following Kaul’s announcement this morning.

“I just got off the phone with Josh Kaul. While the results are not final, it appears he has won this race. I told him I am waiting until the municipal and county canvasses are complete, all military ballots are accounted for and that every vote is counted. We also want to know more about what happened with the absentee ballots in Milwaukee County. However, if the margin does not substantially change, I have vowed that my team will assist him in making the transition as smooth as possible. I want to thank nearly 1.3 Million Wisconsinites for their votes, their prayers and support. We will all know more in about a week.”

WQOW Staff

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