Votes for Republican Mark Neumann, former congressman, who came in second with 38.7 percent of the vote in his party’s gubernatorial primary: 237,755.
Votes for Democrat Tom Barrett, mayor of Milwaukee, who won his party’s gubernatorial nomination with 90.5 percent of the vote: 210,886.
In other words, Republican Milwaukee county executive and winning
Senate* gubernatorial nominee Scott Walker’s vote was 1.7 times that of Barrett.
About 233,000 Democrats voted in yesterday’s Wisconsin gubernatorial primary; about 614,000 Republicans did.
* Evidence of a late night between the primaries and writing the Jolt . . .