A local reporter in Wisconsin is reporting record turnout in Madison:
Madison City Clerk tells me turnout is on pace to hit 119% in Madison, adding "That would be unprecedented."
— Just Amy (@AmyBarrilleaux) June 5, 2012
Turnout in excess of 100% is possible because Wisconsin allows same-day voter registration. The numbers suggest that many people are registering at the polls. Heavy turnout in Madison, a liberal stronghold, would likely benefit Democrat Tom Barrett.