Barrett urging people to vote in Tuesday's recall primary
SHEBOYGAN- Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was campaigning in Sheboygan and Kenosha Monday -- urging voters to go to the polls Tuesday.
Shaking hands, and reminding people to vote in Tuesday's recall primary, Tom Barrett made several stops across southeast Wisconsin with just hours to go until the polls open. "I know the key now is to get people out to vote," said Barrett. "You want to make sure the people who support you get out to vote."
Constance Tesser from Kenosha agrees that voting in Tuesday's recall primary is important. "You can't complain about the things that are going on if you don't do something about it," spoke Tesser.
Joni Carbone of Kenosha says Barrett has her vote. "I think he'd be a stronger leader, and a good leader. I like the way he's going around and circulating with the people."
But, Barrett has Pam Banaszewski's vote because of Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca's endorsement, and a few other issues.
Barrett says he's feeling confident going into Tuesday's primary, but adds he's not looking past any of his Democratic opponents on the ballot -- which consist of Falk, Doug La Follette, Kathleen Vinehout and protest candidate Gladys Huber.