Not even 2,000 people bothered to vote Tuesday night for or against a referendum to allow Shorewood's leaders to pick another electrical supplier for residents. But the ones who did vote were overwhelmingly in favor of going that way.
The referendum carried with 1,280 of the 1,923 of the ballots cast Tuesday night.
Shorewood can now join the Will Utility Aggregation Group, a coalition of 23 government entities. The group can negotiate for lower rates.