6-5-12 -- Wisconsin voters decide today whether their governor, Scott Walker, stays in office -- or gets the boot. The recall effort has attracted lots of attention from Minnesotans. Minnesota labor unions have been helping the dump-Walker campaign. They call the conservative Republican governor an enemy of organized labor after he and Wisconsin's GOP legislature sharply curtailed collective bargaining. But that's made Walker a hero to many others, including Kurt Bills, the Minnesota Republican endorsee for U-S Senate. Bills scheduled an election eve visit to Wisconsin to help bolster Walker's chances. Latest polls show Walker a slight favorite over Democrat Tom Barrett. It's a high stakes political contest for both parties. The campaign spending has been high stakes, too -- in total, more than 63-million dollars.