I don't live in a district with a recall and for the most part do not agree with them as a political tactic because I think that you have do something more serious than following the caucus on votes. That being said I am surprised by the voter turn out, it's high. Maybe if we had this kind of concern in 2008, 2009, and 2010 people wouldn't have felt the need to have recalls because those elections would have had different outcomes. We got here because people didn't pay attention or didn't care. You try to tell some one what is going on or what somebody is planning to do they either don't believe you or they state that they don't care. Apparently now they do care and it probably will be a good night for the Democrats. High turnout is always good for the Democrats. Lets just hope that the reconstituted Senate will work a little better but I have serious doubts considering who will be left from the old Senate, especially Sen. Fitzgerald who should be impeached for how he ran the Senate. The best that we can hope for is a slowing of the ALEC agenda. And just where are all of those jobs?