Wisconsin election officials are using the weekend to get ready for the start of absentee, in-person voting in the primary recall election.
"It's a great opportunity for people who will not able to get to the polls on election day. So this way they can cast their ballot in person," said Sue Edman, the executive director of the City of Milwaukee Election Commission
Edman says her office has received a box of test ballots.
The primary election in the recall races is May 8th, with the general election set for June 5th.
Governor Scott Walker, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and four state senators face recall elections. All six are Republicans.
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