The gap between war hawks and doves will be on full-scale display in Wisconsin April 4.
That's when voters in 31 cities, villages and towns go to the polls to decide referendums calling for Bush to start pulling US troops out of Iraq.
The referendums carry no legal weight. A UW-Madison political science professor says they could influence Congress and play a role in the fall elections.
Those against the war say the referendums give them a chance to have lawmakers hear their voices.
Opponents argue the measure will hand more propaganda to terrorists and weaken troop morale.