"I think Wisconsin voters stood up to special interests, and they're ready to have a fair and independent court", Dallet said.
While state Supreme Court justices are nonpartisan, the race was highly politicized, with candidates and supporters on both sides finding ways to turn it into a referendum on the opposing party.
Screnock was backed by the state chamber of commerce, National Rifle Association and state Republican Party. It was the first time a liberal candidate who wasn't an incumbent had won a seat on the seven-member court in 23 years.
In his fundraising email, Walker said "the results show something very troubling - we are at risk of a Blue Wave in Wisconsin".
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That is the highest turnout for a spring election since 2011 when the Supreme Court race came in the middle of massive protests against Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining restrictions and topped 34 percent. 'I think people are exhausted of what's been going on in our state in terms of the money coming in to buy these elections and people spoke out tonight'.
In addition to this, Martha Laning, Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairwoman, issued a warning to Walker and called it a "huge loss" for him as his "endorsement, philosophy and politics were on the ballot".
The run began in November 2017, when they handily won the Virginia governor's race and almost flipped control of a state assembly that had been two-thirds Republican. And because she is viewed as liberal, her victory is expected to narrow the conservatives' control of the court to 4-3 from the current 5-2. In Outagamie County, Dallet bested Screnock by 12 percentage points while Walker won that county in 2014 by 20 percentage points.
Dallet piled up big margins in Dane (Madison) and Milwaukee Counties, precisely where Democrats will need to do well in November.
Wisconsin's highest court will now have the highest representation by women.
Screnock, 48, was appointed judge by Walker in 2015.