MADISON (WKOW) -- Monday is the last day for primary candidates to campaign before Tuesday's recall primary election.
Kevin Kennedy from the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board says candidates will be reminding their supporters to get out and vote. He says there will be a lot going on behind the scenes that voters don't necessarily see.
"They will be making personal appearances that create visibility and also get that message out to people who might need that nudge to support them opposed to other candidates," Kennedy said.
Kennedy says they are expecting about 1.5 million voters Tuesday. He says that is a high turnout for a special election.
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