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Speaking of Wisconsin we're waiting for that -- recall what's being watched all over the nation.
Polls show that the Republican governor -- Scott Walker is slightly ahead of Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett.
Both candidates are pulling out the big guns ahead of Tuesday's vote.
Former President Bill Clinton will be campaigning for Barrett today south Carolina's governor Nikki Haley campaigns with walker.
Mike Tobin is live for -- keeping denial that recall election in Milwaukee only a few days left until Election Day Mike.
What else are they doing to try to get out the vote.
But imagine just a few minutes Democrats gonna pull out the biggest gun yet in the recall campaign former President Bill Clinton is gonna step up and -- -- -- You see behind me here and as you mentioned also Republicans are pulling out their own guns governor Chris Christie of New Jersey has been here Nikki haley's expected later in the day we've also seen governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana.
Coming out here to stop and the goal is to motivate the base out to the polls you see here and what -- in the minds were made up.
Long before this recall was official the undecided vote is within the margin of error and barely a factor at all the pundits have long said.
The side that wins is the side that motivates it's base to get out and vote that's why I've seen it we've seen a tremendous focus on the ground game.
We've seen organizations going door to door trying to influence the voters one on one in their homes.
We've seen organizations sending fans out to the -- areas to give people ride to the polls I saw -- one woman who voted in the early voting say that the first ballot she had ever cast she's 54 years old John.
-- so I guess last night was the final debate between walker and bear it any fireworks.
But you know much like this campaign it has focused little on the original arguments over collective bargaining and union -- the real fireworks that we saw.
Came from the political barbs at the two camps have been flinging at each other.
It sort of clear the mayor doesn't have a plan and all he's got his attacking me that's what you just heard loud and clear there.
The mayor did not answer the question because he doesn't -- to go to the question I'll tell you right now I had nothing to do with that look at that commercial.
No but you should be ashamed of that version -- locker.
Now Governor Walker goes into the home stretch here.
Bolstered by some new jobs numbers and as you mention a slight lead in the polls all of the people here in this park and President Clinton are hoping to close that gap John.
But no sign of President Obama yeah right.
Not yet -- Mike Mike -- thank you.
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