MADISON, Wis. - Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and firefighter and union leader Mahlon Mitchell did their part to make a final push in the recall election.
Kleefisch has been touting her working trying to bring jobs to the Badger State to save her own job.
Kleefisch spent the early evening in her hometown of Oconomowoc, where she cast her ballot.
She also spent some time in the the Fox Valley as well as Green Bay and Wausau.
She talked jobs, a message she has been touting this entire campaign.
Mitchell voted about a week ago in his hometown of Fitchburg.
The campaign was encouraging people to vote absentee and then work to get other people to the polls.
Mitchell spent the day in Milwaukee, especially on the north side.
A spokesman if turnout is high in the inner-city, they believe they will be able to win the election.
Mitchell will be with Tom Barrett's camp in Milwaukee on Tuesday evening.
There is the possibility that the Lieutenant Governor and governor could be from different parties, because the recall election are considered two different races.
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