won Wisconsin. That is a big deal. won it in 2016, and it was high on the list of states knew they needed to fight for in 2020.

But Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes thinks his party should be careful not to get too excited about the win.

“So, obviously, [I’m] very happy that we won. You know, we did a lot of work to make that happen,” Barnes told HuffPost in an interview. “The only thing is, I was thinking that margin was going to be a little bit wider, to be completely honest.”

President-elect Biden won Wisconsin by a little more than 20,000 votes — a smaller margin than Trump won the state by in

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