The Wisconsin Elections Commission says voter turnout today could be between the 14 percent and 20 percent mark.
That’s low compared to the 50 percent to 55 percent that typically vote in November during a Presidential midterm.
Two highly contested races, one on the Democratic side and one on the Republican side could bring voters out.
Jim Duncan is the chair of the Outagamie County Republican Party.
He says voters in Northeast Wisconsin tend to be more independent than those in other areas of the state and that could tilt the outcome of the US Senate race.
State Senator Leah Vukmir and businessman Kevin Nicholson are vying for a chance to take on Democratic incumbent Senator Tammy Baldwin.
There are eight Democrats on the ballot for a chance to run against Gov. Walker and the head of the Outagamie County Democratic Party says their enthusiasm is high.