[Waukesha, Wis.] — Rebecca Kleefisch, candidate for governor, collected 6,700 nomination signatures and submitted the maximum allowed to the Wisconsin Elections Commission on Wednesday, to place her name on the ballot.
“Thanks to the power of the conservative grassroots and supporters from Arbor Vitae to New Glarus, our campaign is officially on the ballot,” Rebecca Kleefisch said. “There is so much at stake this November — from election integrity to the safety of our communities. As governor, I’ll help Wisconsin families take back control of state government from the Madison swamp, get our schools back on track and get our economy back to work.”
Last week, Rebecca announced the expansion of her growing field program, which now has ten full-time staff members focused on recruiting volunteers and going door-to-door spreading her pro-job, pro-family and pro-police message.