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Cieslewicz prevails in bid for reelection

Taking the stage at the High Noon Saloon Tuesday night to the strains of U2's 'Beautiful Day,' as interpreted by The Gomers, Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz claimed victory in his bid for reelection in the same way he greeted his supporters four years ago. >More
 Snapshot results for the spring 2007 election in Dane County

There were no major surprises in the elections around Madison on Tuesday, with incumbents emerging victorious in every major race around the city and its suburbs. >More
 Live-blogging the spring 2007 general election in Madison: Results!

With the closing of the polls at 8 p.m. this evening, Election Day is officially over. The book on election night remains wide open, though, as candidates wait for and receive word on both unofficial and official results from poll watchers and the Dane County Clerk's Office, respectively. >More
 Live-blogging the spring 2007 general election in Madison: Vote!

Election Day dawned dim and drizzly Tuesday morning following the overnight lightning storm, dreary conditions for what may prove to be the most significant municipal elections this decade. >More
 Rosas questions Cieslewicz on water report

Ald. Santiago Rosas is asking Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's campaign to compensate the city of Madison for radio ads touting a recent water quality report. >More
 Only hours remain until Election Day

With only hours remaining until the polls open on Tuesday morning, both the pace of discussion and the levels of invective therein are increasing as this spring's political campaigns reach their final stage. >More
 Spring candidates get ready to party

With the races down to the wire, and those for the Madison Common Council turning particularly vituperative in their final days, these parties will bring a welcome measure of relief for the candidates, along with satisfaction for the winners. >More
 Election Day: 96 hours and counting

It is only a matter of days before the polls open on Tuesday, Apr. 3 for this spring's round of municipal elections. Discussions, data and dirt are flying fast and furious as the day approaches; we'll try to keep up with some of it. >More
 Larry Palm vs. Vicky Selkowe for District 15

District 15 is split into two sections; the larger is comprised of the mostly residential neighborhoods clustered around Atwood Avenue and the north end of Monona Drive, while the smaller includes sections of several neighborhoods south of the airport. Incumbent Larry Palm is being challenged by Vicky Selkowe in one of the more contentious races this spring. >More
 Carl DuRocher vs. Marsha Rummel for District 6

District 6 is the center of archetypal east side Madison, hugging the northwestern corner of Lake Monona along Willy Street and Atwood Avenue from the edge of downtown to Olbrich Gardens and backed by East Washington Avenue. The two primary neighborhoods-- Marquette and Schenk-Atwood -- are each pulsing with residential and commercial growth. Carl DuRocher and Marsha Rummel are vying to succeed the retiring Ald. Judy Olson, who has represented the district for 12 years. >More
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