LIST: How Wisconsin representatives voted during Electoral College votes

Congress has officially recognized Joe Biden as the next president with the counting of Electoral College votes that took place overnight after a mob of rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol and took over several chambers.
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MADISON, Wis. — Congress has officially recognized Joe Biden as the next president with the counting of Electoral College votes that took place overnight after a mob of rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol and took over several chambers.

Several Republicans in both houses had planned to object to the votes in several battleground states, including legislators from Wisconsin. At least one, Sen. Ron Johnson, changed his vote, saying “obviously in light of events, there’s a little bit of a different attitude.” All of Wisconsin’s Democrats voted to confirm Biden’s win.

Here is a breakdown of where Wisconsin Republicans stood on the objections:

Objected to Arizona:

  • Rep. Scott Fitzgerald (R, Juneau)
  • Rep. Tom Tiffany (R, Hazelhurst)

*Voted to certify Arizona:

  • Sen. Ron Johnson
  • Rep. Mike Gallagher (R, Green Bay)

Objected to Pennsylvania:

  • Rep. Scott Fitzgerald (R, Juneau)
  • Rep. Tom Tiffany (R, Hazelhurst)

*Voted to certify Pennsylvania:

  • Sen. Ron Johnson
  • Rep. Mike Gallagher (R, Green Bay)
  • Rep. Glen Grothman (R, Glenbeulah)
  • Rep. Bryan Steil (R, Janesville)

*These are non-exhaustive lists, Channel3000 is working to confirm how other representatives voted