Turn out in Milwaukee, Democrat Barrett's stronghold has been so high today that they had to send in extra poll workers to handle the volume. Also, we are seeing strong turnout in Dane County which may hit 80 to 88 percent. That's another Democratic base. On the other hand, there is heavy turnout in conservative districts also. This election will be close. Barrett seemed to be gaining some momentum going into this weekend and had closed the gap to the margin of error in one poll. Conservatives won the off year election in 2010 when Walker won the governorship because voting in Democratic districts was low compared to 2008 when Obama carried the state. Looks like we are returning to 2008 levels or even higher. That would be good news for Democrats.
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