Bernie Sanders on WI presidential primary: "If there's a large voter turnout, we will win here"

MILWAUKEE -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders hosted a rally at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee on Monday evening, April 4th -- the eve of the presidential primary election in Wisconsin. On Monday morning, the event was moved to the Wisconsin Center after it was originally scheduled to take place at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

That move came after Sanders on Sunday, April 3rd drew a little more than 4,000 to the Kohl Center in Madison -- an arena that holds 17,000.

Line of supporters waiting to enter Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee for Bernie Sanders rally

A crowd filled in around the stage Monday in a ballroom inside the Wisconsin Center as Sanders made his final pitch to voters in Wisconsin.

"You want to hear a radical idea? Here`s a radical idea: We`re gonna create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%," Sanders said.

Bernie Sanders at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee

Bernie Sanders at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee

Sanders railed against Governor Scott Walker, as he has done throughout his time campaigning in Wisconsin. Specifically, Sanders went after Walker over Act 10 and Wisconsin's voter ID law.

Sanders also referred to the most recent Marquette University Law School poll, released on March 30th, showed Bernie Sanders holds a 49 percent to 45 percent edge over Hillary Clinton, with 6 percent undecided.

"Here in Wisconsin, a poll for your own state had us beating (Trump) by 19 points," Sanders said.

New Marquette University Law School Poll shows Bernie Sanders leading in Wisconsin

Sanders reiterated that it's his belief that voter turnout Tuesday will determine the winner.

"When there is a large voter turnout, when working people -- many of whom have given up on the political process -- come back in, reclaim their democracy, and stand up and fight back, then we win," Sanders said.

Earlier on Monday, Sanders hosted a town hall even in Janesville.

Bernie Sanders in Green Bay

Then, he was set to stop in Green Bay for a rally before making his way to Milwaukee.

Sanders told supporters in Janesville on Monday a win in Wisconsin Tuesday could lead to an even bigger victory in the near future.

Bernie Sanders in Green Bay

"If there`s a large voter turnout, we will win here. If we win here, we will have a bounce going into New York state, where I think we can win. If we win in New York state, between you and me, I don`t wanna get Hillary Clinton more nervous than she already is. She`s already under a lot of pressure," Sanders said.

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have agreed to meet for a Democratic debate on CNN and NY1 on April 14th, five days before a crucial primary election in New York state.

Bernie Sanders in Green Bay