MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Voter turnout is expected to be higher for the rematch than the 2010 face-off. The state’s election agency is predicting the gubernatorial voter turnout for next Tuesday’s recall election will be between 60 and 65 percent. The Government Accountability Board says that’s upwards of 2.8 million voters. The GAB says the 2010 general election for governor where Walker and Barrett faced off was 49.7%. Nearly twice as many ballots for absentee voting have been requested than for the recall primary. As of noon, 130,391 ballots had been issued. The GAB says there were a total of 230,744 absentee ballots cast in the November 2010 General Election for Governor. Early voters can cast a ballot in person until Friday. Absentee ballots have to be requested by Thursday, and mailed by election day, Tuesday June 5th.