MILWAUKEE (AP) — Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has won a second term, fending off a challenge from a Republican who ran as a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump.
Baldwin led Leah Vukmir in fundraising and polls throughout the race.
Baldwin is one of the most liberal members of Congress. The differences between her and Vukmir were stark. They disagreed on almost every issue.
Baldwin made the campaign largely about health care and Vukmir’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act. Baldwin argued for keeping the law and its guarantee of insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.
It was Wisconsin’s first Senate race where both major party candidates were women.
We did it. Together, we took on the special interests and won.
Now, let’s get back to the real work! — TB https://t.co/mzO86Sx5VH
— Tammy Baldwin (@tammybaldwin) November 7, 2018