MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WTAQ) - At least 3 mayors in Wisconsin survived primary challenges Tuesday. But two incumbents in the Milwaukee suburbs finished second as they advanced to the April election. In Waukesha, Mayor Larry Nelson placed second among 5 candidates with 26 percent of the vote to 35 percent for real estate developer Jeff Scrima. Cudahy Mayor Ryan McCue finished second in a 3-way primary with 39 percent of the vote. Tony Day was the top vote-getter with 56 percent. And in Brookfield, 2-term Mayor Jeff Speaker was first among 4 candidates. He had 41 percent of the vote, and veteran alderman Steve Ponto also advanced with 30 percent. Voters statewide narrowed the fields for a host of local and school offices.
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