Donald Trump encouraged Wisconsin voters to re-cast their ballot Tuesday night if they have already voted for Hillary Clinton. While campaigning in Eau Claire, Trump made it a point to tell Wisconsin voters that they are legally allowed to change their ballot.
"For any democratic voter who have already cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton and who are having a bad case of buyers remorse," said Trump. "Wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake."
In Wisconsin, voters can change their absentee ballot up to three times. Trump put this revelation out to voters just days after the latest Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation.
"This is the biggest scandal since Watergate," said Trump "You can change your vote to Donald Trump, we'll make America great again."
Trump's biggest message Tuesday night, was getting to the polls.
"This is your one chance to change it, I don't think you're going to have another chance, in four years you can forget it," said Trump.
Congressmen Sean Duffy and Senator Ron Johnson, who are up for reelection took the podium Tuesday afternoon, both touching on the latest Clinton e-mail investigation. Governor Scott Walker also campaigned with Trump in Wisconsin for the first time since August.