Two prominent tea party groups will begin their four-day "Restoring Common Sense" tour in Wisconsin on Friday to support the Republicans facing recall elections.
CNN reported that the Tea Party Nation and Tea Party Express will hold rallies across the state to defend six Republican state senators.
"The tea party stands for fiscal responsibility, and Republican Senators in Wisconsin stood firm for those principles," Amy Kremer, chair of Tea Party Express, told CNN.
"Now they are under attack for doing the job they were elected to do. It is critical that we support and defend them from these undeserved attacks and in that effort we are proud to be joined by our friends at Tea Party Nation."
Another group associated with the tea party movement, Americans for Prosperity, has been accused of trying to suppress Democratic votes in the upcoming elections.
Democratic Wisconsin Senate candidates overwhelmingly defeated their fake rivals in the Democratic primary election in July. Republicans entered the fake candidates into the race to force Democratic primary elections and delay the general election.
The six Republican state senators were recalled after supporting Republican Gov. Scott Walker's controversial "budget repair bill," which stripped nearly all collective bargaining rights from public employees.
The state Government Accountability Board also approved recall elections for three Democratic state senators. The general election will take place on August 9.
Democrats need to pick up three additional seats to have a majority in the state Senate.