Allie Petonic said she's made hundreds of calls over the last few days.

"It's not the fancy commercials that candidates buy, it's people talking to other people and I know it's mattering right now," said Petonic.

The executive director of We are Wisconsin said they're concentrating their efforts on knocking on doors and talking to voters face to face.

"Over 257,000 today alone on our way to 1.4 million," said Kristen Crowell. "Those face to face contacts are the critical piece in making sure people are mobilized, energized, and voting on Tuesday."

Volunteers on both sides said they are in it for the long haul and plan to continue their get out the vote efforts through Tuesday.

"Our opportunity to make sure that our agenda matters is right now," said Petonic. "It's the next four days, so we really owe it to ourselves to use this time to take back our government and make it work for ordinary families across our state."

"Everyone that's a part of this and volunteering and making a big difference and we're going to be able to say that we helped Scott Walker in his recall election and we helped move Wisconsin forward by keeping him in office," said Kavalauskas.