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2002 Wisconsin Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 9/10/02
List of State Parties,
Governor, 60% in '98, Tommy G. Thompson (R) resigned during 4th term to become HHS Sec.,
Att. Gen. James Doyle (D) 38.4%, U.S. Rep. Thomas M. "Tom" Barrett (D) 34.4%, Dane Co. Exec. Kathleen M. Falk (D) 27.2%, Lt. Gov. Scott McCallum (R) 86.2%, ex-St. Rep. / '00 Senate candidate / '86 Treas. nominee William D. "Bill" Lorge (R) 8.3%, artist George Pobuda (R) 5.5%, Tomah Mayor / brother of ex-Gov. Allen "Ed" Thompson (L), assistant city assessor / ex-teacher James G. "Jim" Young (G), brick layer Ty A. Bollerud (I), attorney Alan D. Eisenberg (Rfm), ex-school board member Mike Mangan (I), Aneb Jah Rasta Sensas-Utcha Nefer (I),
Lt. Governor - Tied with Gov., Next election in 2002
'98 nominee Barbara Lawton (D) 54.2%, St. Sen. Kevin W. Shibilski (D) 45.8%, Margaret A. Farrow (R), Democratic St. Rep. Martin L. "Marty" Reynolds (L), '98 St. Treasurer nominee Jeff Peterson (G),
Attorney General, James Doyle (D) running for Governor,
U.S. Attorney / '92 Congressional nominee / ex-St. Rep. / Peggy A. Lautenschlager (D), D.A. Vince Biskupic (R),
Secretary of State,
Douglas "Doug" LaFollette (D), attorney Robert Gerald Lorge (R) 70.2%, businessman Walt Nocito (R) 29.8%, '94 & '98 Gubernatorial nominee Edward J. Frami (C),
'98 nominee / union activist Dawn Marie Sass (D) 69.4%, Dane Co. Sup. Rob Fyrst (D) 30.6%, Jack C. Voight (R) register of deeds Paul Aschenbrenner (G),
Wisconsin Will Lose a Congressional District due to Reapportionment
Indication is that Tom Barrett's (D) seat was eliminated
1st Congressional District 66.4% in '00, 2nd term
'00 nominee / Dr. Jeffrey C. Thomas (D) 64.9%, airline consultant Dale Moore (D) 35.1%, Paul D. Ryan (R), George Meyers (L),
2nd Congressional District, 51.4% in '00, 2nd term
Tammy Baldwin (D), minister '98 candidate Ron Greer (R) 61.1%, real estate broker Phil Alfonsi (R) 38.9%,
3rd Congressional District, 63.9% in '00, 3rd term,
Ronald James Kind (D), retired civil servant Bill Arndt (R), truck technician Jeff Zastrow (L),
4th Congressional District, 60.8% in '00, 10th term
Gerald D. "Jerry" Kleczka (D) 71.7%, ex-Co. supervisor / minister Nathaniel J. Stampley (D) 28.3%, No Republican machinist Brian Merrill Vasquez Verdin (G),
5th Congressional District, 74.1% in '00, 12th term
No Democrat F. James "Jim" Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R), '98 & '00 Constitution party Senate nominee Robert R. Raymond (I),
6th Congressional District, 65.1% in '00, 5th term
No Democrat Thomas E. "Tom" Petri (R), Mike Schultz (C)?,
7th Congressional District, 63.3% in '00, 17th term
David R. Obey (D), businessman Joseph "Joe" Rothbauer (R),
8th Congressional District, 74.7% in '00, 2nd term,
school board member Andrew M. Becker (D), Mark Green (R), ex-teacher / music store owner Dick Kaiser (G),

1. Key to Wisconsin Political Parties:
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party

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