"Having our members talk to their friends and family and neighbors (is essential). So they're involved in a relational voter program as well," said Kathy Rohde, UniServ Director for Bay Lakes United Educators (BLUE).
"It's just get the word out through the regular grass roots efforts. Whether it's phone calls or doors, pretty much anything else - word of mouth, " said Jon Schmieder, Regional Victory Director for the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
State elections officials have estimated voter turn out at 30-to-35 percent for Tuesday's primary recall vote. Governor Walker's supporters and recall backers want all voters to know their votes count.
"Remind people of their civic duty to go out and vote whether it's a primary, a general election or whatever. The governor does have an opponent and we're reminding those people of the need to go out and vote." said Schmieder.
"Voter turnout is the key in this election. And we believe our members are poised to act and to vote tomorrow," said Rohde.