MILWAUKEE — This is expected to be a unique election night, as we may not know who won the presidential election in Wisconsin until the day after the election.
The time county clerks believe they will have all of their votes counted varies.
The earliest is 9:30 p.m. election night in Washington County. Meanwhile, Milwaukee County may not have their results in until 6 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Elections staff plan to count all of the ballots until they are finished.
Waukesha County expects to be done by 3 a.m.
Kenosha, Sheboygan and Fond du Lac Counties plan to have their results in by midnight.
While Walworth and Ozaukee Counties could not say when they believe their results would be done. Racine County did not get back to us by our broadcast deadline for this report.
The Milwaukee County Elections director says they are in desperate need of poll workers outside of the city of Milwaukee. If you would like to help, contact their office at (414) 278-VOTE.
You can also learn more about the election process by clicking here.
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