Demonstrations and contemplation were evident at the Wisconsin state Capitol on Monday.
Union members and supporters gathered at noon — as they have done since the original "occupation" of the rotunda in protest of the policies of Gov. Scott Walker. Others found in the building a place for quiet discussion.
Click through the slideshow above for some of those scenes, as witnessed by NPR reporters Liz Halloran and Don Gonyea.
On Tuesday, voters across the state will decide in a gubernatorial recall whether to retain Walker, the Republican, or replace him with Democrat Tom Barrett.