General Election Results

November 7th, 2000

There were 55,903 Ballots Cast,
Which Is Approximately 70% of the Estimated Eligible Voters.

It is determined and certified by the La Crosse County Canvass Board that the following persons received the greatest number of votes for the respective office for which each was a candidate on November 7, 2000.

OFFICE HIGHEST CANDIDATE

President/Vice President

Al Gore/Joe Lieberman

United States Senator

Herbert H Kohl

Representative in Congress District 3

Ron Kind

State Senator District 32

Mark Meyer

Representative to the Assembly District 94

Mike Huebsch

Representative to the Assembly District 95

Jennifer Ehlenfeldt

District Attorney

Scott L Horne

PARTY PREFERENCE
The total number of votes cast for Presidential Preference was 17,264 of which

PARTY

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

8,710

50.5%

Democratic

8,314

48.1%

Libertarian

84

.5%

Constitution

52

.3%

Wisconsin Greens

104

.6%

 

CANDIDATE RACES

PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT
The total number of votes cast for President/Vice President was 55,559 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

George W. Bush/Dick Cheney

24,327

43.79%

Democratic

Al Gore/Joe Lieberman

28,455

51.22%

Liberation

Harry Browne/Art Olivier

185

.33%

Constitution

Howard Phillips/J. Frazier

30

.05%

Wisconsin Greens

Ralph Nader/Winona LaDuke

2,272

4.09%

Workers World

Monica Moorehead/Gloria LaRiva

26

.05%

Socialist Workers

James Harris/Margaret Trowe

3

.01%

Reform

John Hagelin/Nat Goldhaber

22

.04%

Reform

Pat Buchanan/Ezola Foster

172

.31%

Scattering

 

67

.12

 

UNITED STATES SENATOR
The total number of votes cast for United States Senator was 54,684 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

John Gillespie

16,199

29.62%

Democrat

Herbert H. Kohl

37,730

69.0%

Libertarian

Tim Peterson

429

.78%

Constitution

Robert R. Raymond

73

.13%

Independent

Eugene A. Ham

218

.40%

Scattering

 

35

.06%

 

US CONGRESS 3RD DISTRICT
The total number of votes cast for Representative in Congress District 3 was 54,357 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Susan Tully

18,856

34.69%

Democrat

Ron Kind

35,161

64.69%

Scattering

 

340

.63%

STATE SENATE 32ND DISTRICT
The total number of votes cast for State Senator District 32 was 54,777 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Dan Kapanke

25,616

46.76%

Democrat

Mark Meyer

29,058

53.05%

Scattering

 

103

.19%

94TH DISTRICT STATE ASSEMBLY
The total number of votes cast for Representative to the Assembly District 94 was 28,067 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Mike Huebsch

19,056

67.89%

Democrat

Dirk Mulder

8,970

31.96%

Scattering

 

41

.15%

95TH DISTRICT STATE ASSEMBLY
The total number of votes cast for Representative to the Assembly, District 95 was 25,390 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Deb Suchla

11,530

45.41%

Democrat

Jennifer Ehlenfeldt

13,789

54.31%

Scattering

 

71

.28%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY
The total number of votes cast for District Attorney was 40,816 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Scott L. Horne

40,155

98.38%

Scattering

 

661

1.62%

COUNTY OFFICES:
COUNTY CLERK:
The total number of votes cast for County Clerk was 40,221 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Marion I. Naegle

39,813

98.99%

Scattering

 

408

1.01%

TREASURER:
The total number of votes cast for County Treasurer was 40,112 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Donna M. Hanson

39,772

99.15%

Scattering

 

340

.85%

SHERIFF:
The total number of votes cast for Sheriff was 41,528 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Michael J. Weissenberger

41,013

98.76%

Scattering

 

515

1.24%

CLERK OF COURT:
The total number of votes cast for Clerk of Circuit Court was 40,152 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Pamela Radtke

39,812

99.15%

Scattering

 

340

.85%

REGISTER OF DEEDS:
The total number of votes cast for Register of Deeds was 40,118 of which

PARTY

CANDIDATES

VOTES RECEIVED

PERCENTAGE

Republican

Deborah J. Flock

39,737

99.05%

Scattering

 

383

.95%

REFERENDA:

STATE REFERENDUM
RE: RIGHT TO VOTE
Shall sections 68 and 70 of 1999 Wisconsin Act 182, which extend the right to vote in federal elections in this state to the adult children of U.S. citizens who resided in this state prior to establishing residency abroad, become effective on January 1, 2001?

The total number of votes cast the State Referendum was 47,134 of which

Yes

30,057

63.77%

No

17,077

36.23%

 

COUNTY REFERENDUM
RE: CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM
Do you support legislation to reform the state campaign finance system that would limit campaign spending, require stricter contribution limits and require full and prompt disclosure of election-related activities?

The total number of votes cast for county advisory referenda question was 50,398 of which

Yes

46,521

92.31%

No

3,877

7.69%

COUNTY REFERENDUM
RE: CASINO

Do you favor the development and operation of a Ho Chunk Nation casino at a site in the County of La Crosse?

The total number of votes was 53,505 of which

Yes

22,782

42.58%

No

30,723

57.42%

Unofficial Results (Canvass was performed by the West Salem School District)

WEST SALEM SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENDA:

Unofficial:

Official Canvass results available from the West Salem School District
QUESTION NUMBER 1:
Are you in favor of building a new high school now and renovating and adding classrooms to the present high school for use as a middle school at a cost of approximately 20,970,000 dollars?

Yes

1,812

45.50%

No

2,170

54.50%

QUESTION NUMBER 2:
Are you in favor of constructing a kindergarten/early childhood center on land adjacent to the elementary school and renovating and adding classrooms to the present high school now at an approximate cost of 9,190,000 dollars and then building a 9-12 high school as enrollments dictate, moving grades 6-8 to the present high school building and moving upper elementary grades to the present middle school?

Yes

1,610

42.28%

No

2,198

57.72%

For further information,
Contact the County Clerk’s office at
608-785-9581
or
stone.linda@co.la-crosse.wi.us