Brostoff Submits Nomination Papers, Collects 1,000 Signatures
Jonathan Brostoff, candidate for the 19th Assembly District, submitted his nomination papers to the State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.
MILWAUKEE – Jonathan Brostoff, candidate for the 19th Assembly District, submitted his nomination papers to the State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, collecting five times more than the number required for placement on the ballot.
“I am proud of the overwhelming level of support I have received from neighbors across the district,” Brostoff said. “The strength of today’s submission – and our ability to file early – shows how many residents want effective, progressive leadership in Madison.”
“By collecting 1,000 signatures, I’m proud to demonstrate the momentum of our campaign,” said Brostoff. “Having met with neighbors from Bay View to the Third Ward to the East Side, I am humbled and honored by the decision of every person who has given me their support.”
The State of Wisconsin requires Assembly candidates to collect between 200 and 400 valid signatures in order to be placed on the ballot. The Brostoff campaign collected 1,000 signatures.
“Engaging more citizens in the political process during non-presidential cycles is how we will win Wisconsin back,” said Brostoff. “Our campaign is committed to making sure all neighbors are informed and excited about voting in the primary on August 12th.”
“We could not have submitted this early and ample filing without the help of dozens of our volunteers. I’m grateful to them for their work and dedication,” Brostoff said. “The momentum is on our side and I’m excited to continue building a strong campaign.”
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