It's one of the oldest adages in politics: Turnout is the key to victory. The side that best turns out its base will win. Appealing to undecided voters is always important, but ensuring that reliable supporters actually show up at the polls is the difference between victory and defeat. This spring, as Wisconsin heads to the polls to decide whether incumbent Justice Daniel Kelly or Dane County Circuit Court judge Jill Karofsky deserves a 10-year term on the Supreme Court, turnout is especially critical.
Dan O'Donnell explains why on Friday's show. Click on the player below to listen and be sure to click here to subscribe to "The Dan O'Donnell Show" on iHeartRadio.