WISCONSIN REFERENDUM ON ENDING THE WAR IN IRAQFOURTEEN WISCONSIN TOWNS CALL FOR ENDING THE MADNESS IN IRAQSIX WANT TO CONTINUE IT; TWELVE OTHER WISCONSIN COMMUNITIES POLL RESULTS YET TO BE RELEASEDMany Wisconsin communities vote for Iraq pulloutEMILY FREDRIXAssociated PressMILWAUKEE - Fourteen Wisconsin communities approved referendums calling for the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq Tuesday, while six others voted against such measures in early returns as voters in 32 communities weighed in on the war.Voters in the Milwaukee suburbs of Shorewood and Whitefish Bay, the western city of La Crosse and the northern city of Ladysmith were among those approving a pullout.Those voting down the measure included the south-central city of Watertown, where 75 percent of voters disapproved. Others included the northwestern city of Hayward and the small Door County villages of Forestville, Sister Bay and Egg Harbor.