With all the lawn signs and ads on the airwaves, it’s obvious an election is taking place in Wisconsin — just not for the Republican presidential candidates.

While the presidential primary being held Tuesday is a comparatively low-key affair, the raucous campaign to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker is dominating the state’s political landscape.

More than a year after the unions took to the streets and the halls of the capital city of Madison in protest of Walker’s budget reforms, the push to recall the governor and other Republican officials is reaching a decision point.