After flipping a long-held Republican seat in 2018, Democrat Patty Schachtner has lost her bid for reelection.

Former assembly representative Rob Stafsholt won the District 10 seat with 61% of the votes, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

"I am thrilled and humbled by the results of tonight's election, it is truly an honor to be the voice for the people of northwestern Wisconsin down in Madison," Stafsholt said in a released statement.

Schachtner posted a concession to Twitter after midnight, Nov. 4.

"I called Rep Stafsholt tonight and wished him the best as Senator-elect to represent this great district," she wrote. "It has been the honor of my life to serve in this position and regardless of this outcome, I will continue to serve my community with the same compassion that I always have.

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The Republican took the lead in St. Croix County, with Pierce County giving a slight win to Schachtner.

Stafsholt reclaims the seat for Republicans, after Schatchner became the first Democrat to hold the position in 17 years.

Vote totals are unofficial until canvassed.