Tomorrow morning Wisconsin poll workers will be preparing themselves for a long and busy day as the state's historic Recall Election gets underway.
Governor Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett will continue to hit the campaign trail today. Yesterday the candidates came less than 50-feet from each other as they crossed paths at a breakfast in De Pere. They didn't address each other but instead were busy meeting with voters and trying to sway those remaining few who are still undecided.
Today Barrett has stops in La Crosse, River Falls, Rhinelander, and Kenosha. Governor Walker will be in Madison, La Crosse, Stevens Point and Green Bay. Four Wisconsin State Senate seats are also up for grabs this Tuesday. They include State Senator Scott Fitzgerald, Terry Moulton, Van Wanggaard and Pam Galloway. Galloway already stepped down earlier this year for family reasons.
Voter turnout is expected to be between 60 and 65 percent tomorrow. Voters may notice something else. Wisconsin Department of Justice will be out in full force on election day. Assistant attorney generals and special agents will be spread throughout the state monotoring polls.