The State of Wisconsin does not have a system for Election Night results.
Statewide and local results reported in the news media usually come from the Associated Press, which collects unofficial returns from county courthouses around the state on Election Night. The AP tabulates those unofficial results and distributes them to member newspapers and broadcast stations.
Persons interested in county results may wish to check individual county clerks' websites.
County clerks report official results to the Board by November 16 after canvassing the election returns.