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Wisconsin voters are being treated to big name politics in the final days before Tuesday's recall election for Republican governor Scott Walker.
Former President Bill Clinton was in Milwaukee today stumping for mayor Tom Barrett.
Who is trying to take Walker's job.
-- course but -- Mike -- looks -- where the race is right now.
You you wanted to pit people against each other.
Much like the campaign's final debate before the recall touched only briefly on the original -- -- employee unions and collective bargaining rights -- the highlights with a political barbs from entrenched battle lines it's about.
That the Tea Party movement.
And then what he can do.
To make this the Tea Party capitalist country deserve it clear.
The mayor doesn't have a plan and always got his attacking me with minds made up in the undecided vote within the margin of error.
Victory hinges on which side can motivate their base to the polls.
Republicans have brought -- national figures like governors Chris Christie of New Jersey Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and Nikki Haley of South Carolina to energize supporters.
You have to show up in -- for Tom Barrett -- in the final hours Democrats called on a familiar face ordinarily.
I'm against recall election.
I went to try to -- one in California.
But sometimes it is the only way to avoid.
So retail politicking is so aggressive mayor Barrett personally march supporters in the direction of the polls for early voting.
Third party groups claim nonpartisanship.
But aggressively strategize for -- -- an extension of one union has been providing free rides for early voting.
Their -- concentrate in poor areas of Milwaukee where voters lean democratic.
-- -- Some people don't have transportation.
Some people don't know what -- polling places up.
I just wanted to let you know that mayor Tom Barrett has returned to the Milwaukee every year but once she was elected mayor.
Americans for prosperity quips volunteers -- -- and dialing software in a bus that's been traveling the statements are gonna get a 17170.
Point five teams in the neighborhoods carry tablets that direct volunteers to households of strategic importance the reforms that Governor Walker passed say.
Wisconsin taxpayers -- over a billion dollars so far our focus is making sure that we touch every household.
Between now and Tuesday that we believe needs to hear the message of Governor Walker.
More -- 180000.
People here participated in early or absentee voting turnout on Tuesday is expected to exceed 60%.
Governor Walker enjoys a slight lead in the polls but it's too close to call.
The one thing that is certain is that after all the votes are counted no one will be able to say that Wisconsin knights have not had their say the second time around.
-- my children live in Milwaukee Michael C and a couple days special report goes on the road next.
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