The ballot was short and sweet, featuring only three candidates vying for a seat on the State Supreme Court, and so was the turnout Tuesday for primary election day.
Kim Chavie, election clerk with the city, said turnout was expected to be light, and the final numbers supported that, with 15.67 percent of voters coming out to cast their ballots on Tuesday.
The votes tallied Tuesday night in Muskego posted the following results:
Pat Roggensack - 2,315 (85%)
Ed Fallone - 284 (10%)
Vincent Megna - 111 (4%)
The result mirrored the statewide outcome, as Roggensack and Fallone advanced to the April general election - read more about the statewide results here.
In April, there will only be one additional contested race, that for the 2nd District Aldermanic seat. Kert Harenda had held the seat for the past 4 years, but redistricting had forced him out. Butch LeDoux and Robert Hammel will face off in April.
Other seats open on the council are in District 4, with Alderman Rob Glazier on the ballot; District 6, with newcomer Kevin Kubacki running, and District 7 featuring Eileen Madden returning for a full term. All are running unopposed.