MILWAUKEE -- Much of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's (R) time in the final days before Tuesday's recall election has been spent visiting his campaign offices around the state.
His final stop on Saturday was at the Wauwatosa Victory Center in Milwaukee, not far from the governor's home. All over the office were signs, stickers, leaflets and other items emblazoned with slogans showing support for Walker.
Central to this operation were the volunteers phone banking, giving voters an extra nudge to turn out to the polls for the election.
The Huffington Post snapped a photo of the call script, which outlines exactly what volunteers are supposed to say on the phone: