Candidates and their supporters are waging a huge effort to get out the vote in Wisconsin, ahead of a recall election that has become a national showdown over union rights.
The June 5 election pits Republican Gov. Scott Walker against his Democratic rival, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Both sides are focused on turnout because of a low number of undecided voters.
Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer talked with Jason Stein, who covers politics for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.