|Madison, Wis. — Nurse and U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir submitted the maximum number of nomination signatures to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, placing her on the ballot for the August primary.
“I am so thankful for the army of grassroots supporters who helped put my name on the ballot for U.S. Senate,” Leah said. “This election is about taking our voices to Washington. For far too long, Sen. Baldwin has listened to out-of-state liberal elites instead of the people of Wisconsin. We need a proven, conservative leader in the Senate who will take the Wisconsin Way to DC and work to build the wall, defend the unborn and protect our Constitutional rights.”
Leah’s growing team of volunteers from across the state submitted the maximum 4,000 signatures to the Wisconsin Elections Commission. Candidates for U.S. Senate must submit at least 2,000 signatures to get on the ballot.