The unusual rules of Tuesday's historic recall primary election are creating some confusion among voters throughout southeastern Wisconsin, according to local election officials.
In most primary elections, voters have to decide whether they're going to vote for all Republican or all Democratic candidates.
But in Tuesday's recall race, voters can cast a ballot for a Republican in one race and a Democrat in another. And that is leading to some problems with overvoting - whether voters wind up voting for more than one candidate in a race.
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