Stream NBC15 News’ in-depth Wisconsin election coverage

Updated: Nov. 8, 2022 at 7:00 AM CST
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Tuesday’s Election Day. That means all eyes are on the Badger State and NBC15 News wants to offer a complete look at the races that affect you most.

The race between incumbent Senator Ron Johnson and Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes is drawing national attention as one of the races that could help decide which parties will control the upper chamber for the rest of President Joe Biden’s term.

Meanwhile, Republicans see a chance to take supermajorities in both chambers that would make overriding potential vetoes by Gov. Tony Evers, should he be reelected. A win by Evers’ opponent, Tim Michels, would likely give Republicans a clear path to implement their agenda.

NBC15 News will be tracking all those races, as well as key sheriff’s races, a slew of school funding referenda, and even advisory votes on marijuana and abortion law in Wisconsin.

With so much on the line and so much happening, NBC15 News will go beyond traditional election night reporting with continuous local and statewide coverage that begins as soon as the polls close.

Starting at 8 p.m., the entire NBC15 News team and a host of experts will offer in-depth analysis of the statewide races and the ones that matter most in southern Wisconsin nearly everywhere you would want to watch: on your smart TV, on, in our app, and on Facebook or YouTube.

Full midterm Decision 2022 coverage with NBC15 News’ team coverage of local and state races joined by NBC News’ coverage of national races will still be available on our WMTV-TV channel and on cable.

To watch our wall-to-wall coverage of Wisconsin races, simply:

  • Download the WMTV app for your Roku, AppleTV, or Amazon Fire device and click on the live stream starting at 8 p.m.
  • Download the WMTV app for iPhone, iPad, or Android devices and click on the live stream tile
  • Visit our Facebook or YouTube page
  • Watch live on

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