Wisconsinites will get the chance to talk and question lawmakers at the state capitol tomorrow.
The grassroots effort started last year drawing 11-hundred people.
It will be the first time the people's legislature will be inside the capitol.
Last fall, they marched into the capitol with brooms to sweep out corruption.
Governor Jim Doyle and the assembly speaker are invited to answer questions
but leaders of the state democracy campaign say they don't plan to attend.
The senate majority leader has yet to respond.