(Northland's NewsCenter)--With Wisconsin's historic recall Election just two days away on June 5, the final campaign push is on.
Republican Governor Scott Walker and Democratic Challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett made campaign stops throughout the state this weekend.
At a dairy breakfast near Greenbay, both candidates served food and connected with voters.
"That's what's really at stake, whether we're going to move the state forward or backwards," Gov. Walker said. "We've laid out a clear plan. We've kept our promises. We've moved the state forward. One-billion dollars worth of savings and property tax relief. Property tax is going down for the first time in 12 years on a median value home. Surplus at the state level and more than 30,000 new jobs."
"Scott Walker's reforms are not working for the middle class," Mayor Barrett said. "They may be working for the wealthiest people in the state, but for those students struggling to get through college under mountains of debt and seeing tuition rise and for those seniors seeing benefits cut under Homestead tax program, and others, it's simply not working."
The voter turn out for the Recall election is predicted to break records.