WAUKESHA, Wis. -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is out encouraging his supporters in advance of the recall election.
Republican volunteers were busy on another one of their "Super Saturdays."
They spent Saturday calling and campaigning for Walker across the state.
The governor stopped by to thank volunteers in Waukesha for their work.
He said he isn't taking anything for granted leading up to the recall election.
"We understand that this is going to be a close election, this is one where grassroots is really going to make a difference," said Walker.
The governor also stopped in to thank volunteers making calls on Saturday in Fitchburg.
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