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Wisconsin Supreme Court Race Remains Tight

The high-stakes Wisconsin Supreme Court race remained very tight early Wednesday morning, without a declared winner.

At the time of this post, state Supreme Court Justice David Prosser led Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg by just under 2,000 votes: 727,440 - 725,534, with 98 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.

Liberal activists have lined up behind Kloppenburg's candidacy, while a Prosser win would be a boost for conservatives. Check out my colleague Kevin Brennan's look at what is at stake in the race.

Check back with Hotline On Call later this morning for updated results.

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