The race to replace outgoing President Barack the American has officially entered the second week of a crucial race in Wisconsin, with three candidates vying to take the top spot.
Here’s how the races are shaping up:The state Senate race: Democrats are up by five seats, taking control of the chamber, according to the latest statewide figures.
Wisconsin Democratic Gov.
Scott Walker will continue in his current position as Senate leader, while the Republican-controlled House of Representatives will hold a special election to fill the seat vacated by outgoing Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald.
A candidate for the seat is not yet officially named.
Walker, a Republican, won reelection in 2010 and 2014.
Fitzgerald was the last Republican senator to serve in Wisconsin.
He has represented the state in the Wisconsin House since 1994.
Walker and Fitzgerald were also among the GOP leaders who voted against Trump’s immigration executive order.
Trump said on Twitter late Monday that he’s not looking forward to the next day.
“I will not be watching tomorrow’s election results or taking any action on the day of election,” he tweeted.
“Tomorrow, it’s a matter of whether I will be the next President of the United States.”
Brian Schweitzer announced Tuesday that he would run for reelection.