Candidates make final push across Wisconsin
Walker, Burke make campaign stops
MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are making their final campaign stops, trying to win over the few undecided voters before Election Day.
Walker started the final full day on the campaign trail Monday with a stop in the Madison suburb of Sun Prairie. Burke began her day farther north in Eau Claire and planned a series of stops before ending in Madison.
The other statewide race is for attorney general.
Republican Brad Schimel faces Democrat Susan Happ in that contest to replace Republican J.B. Van Hollen who is not seeking a third term.
Voters will also decide Tuesday whether to amend the state constitution to prevent any taking of money from the state transportation fund for other uses.
Control of the state Legislature will also be decided.