The final push before Tuesday’s election has the candidates for governor making a final round of Wisconsin.
During a stop in Racine Sunday, Republican candidate Scott Walker addressed his lead over Democrat Tom Barrett in polling data, “You know the polls are great but the only poll that matters is on Election Day.”
Walker talked about the 2004 and 2008 elections when Republicans looked like they were doing well but didn’t win the races.
At the “Victory Center” Walker said the option between him and his Democratic opponent lies in a clear choice of either putting faith in more government or putting faith in people and employers.
Barrett however, said a press release, he is running for governor to create jobs, put state government on a diet by cutting more than $1 billion in spending, and stand with Wisconsin’s families, workers and farmers in these tough economic times.
Barrett is making stops today in Eau Claire, Green Bay, La Crosse, Rhinelander, Superior and Milwaukee.
Meanwhile Walker will be touring through Green Bay, Schofield, La Crosse, Sun Prairie, and Wauwatosa.