Wisconsin election officials say the voter turnout for Tuesday’s spring election was just barely over 20%. There was only one statewide race on the ballot – where Jill Underly defeated Deb Kerr by about 16% in the face for the Department of Public Instruction superintendent. Early figures show a little over 921,000 ballots were cast in that contest. Four years ago the spring election drew only 16% of eligible registered voters to the polls to cast their ballots.

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