Lodi, WI – Sarah Keyeski, a rural mental health professional and mother of six, was recently approved for the ballot by the Wisconsin Elections Commission after turning in more than 625 nomination signatures last week. Sarah grew up on a dairy farm in Cashton, WI and currently resides with her family in Lodi. She released the following statement regarding this exciting news:

“As someone who was asked to step up and run for office by my fellow community members, I feel privileged to be on the ballot for this November’s critical election. This past month, I’ve traveled to all corners of the district to hear about the most important issues on voters’ minds. People from Lyndon Station to DeForest and Columbus to Richland Center excitedly support my candidacy as someone new to politics, and I cannot wait to represent these communities and fight for our shared values in the State Senate.”

Governor Evers signed new and fair maps into law earlier this year, changing the geographical makeup of the 14th Senate District to encompass all of Sauk and Richland Counties, most of Columbia County, and parts of Dane, Adams, Juneau, and Vernon Counties. After being a deep-red district for more than a decade, the 14th Senate District is expected to be one of the closest races this fall. For a more detailed map of the district, visit here.

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