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And, to a certain extent, polling for this unprecedented race is a bit of guessing game, Franklin said.
No one knows which voters, and how many, will turn out on election day, he said.
The Government Accountability Board, the state's election watchdog, estimated this week that voter turnout would be between 60 percent and 65 percent.
But even GAB Director and general counsel Kevin Kennedy said, “Wisconsin has never had a statewide recall election, which makes predicting turnout difficult.”
In the end, Franklin said, what matters is which candidate has the most votes Tuesday.
“None of these polls are going to determine who’s going to win the election,” he said.
This article originally appeared at WisconsinReporter.com.