Green Bay, Wis.(WFRV)-- This last week before Wisconsin's historic recall election has campaign volunteers like Ryan Riebe working hard. He's spending his time trying to help Governor Walker survive the gubernatorial recall election that has him pitted against Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Says Riebe, " We've made over two and a half million phone calls already statewide, 200,000 more than that, this past weekend."
With just seven days left to go, both parties are feeling the pressure to get out the vote. It's taken thousands of volunteers to rally supporters. At this point, momentum is hard to gauge on both sides.
According to Riebe, " I, personally am doing everything I can to make sure Governor Walker wins on Tuesday next week."
Riebe was one of seven making calls today in the Green Bay Scott Walker Victory Center. It's one of 23 centers around the state where Walker supporters are working around the clock. This last week, is perhaps one of the most intense.
Says Riebe, "I'm optimistic, everyone I've been talking to on the phones is enthusiastic, they're excited to get out and vote for Governor Walker, the volunteers we have coming in here are excited."
The Democratic Party refused our request to talk to volunteers at the local Democratic headquarters.
But it's the same grassroots movement with phone calls and literature drops.
And that's on top of the millions of dollars both sides are spending to get their messages out on the airwaves.
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