Who Won Wisconsin Elections in 2004?
In Wisconsin, Senator Russ Feingold won re-election for another term in the Senate over challenger Tim Michels. Seven of the eight Wisconsin Congressional races had incumbents running in 2004, all of whom won re-election. The only open seat was in Wisconsin's 4th District, which DFLer Gwen Moore won easily.
John Kerry narrowly won Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes in the 2004 presidential election.
|1st District||Paul Ryan||REP||Incumbent||65.4%|
|2nd District||Tammy Baldwin||DEM||Incumbent||63.3%|
|3rd District||Ron Kind||DEM||Incumbent||56.4%|
|4th District||Gwen Moore||DEM||69.6%|
|5th District||Jim Sensenbrenner||REP||Incumbent||66.6%|
|6th District||Tom Petri||REP||Incumbent||67.0%|
|7th District||David Obey||DEM||Incumbent||85.6%|
|8th District||Mark Green||REP||Incumbent||70.1%|