OSHKOSH – On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) officially filed nomination signatures to appear on the ballot for the 2022 U.S. Senate election in Wisconsin. Sen. Johnson received over 30,000 nomination signatures from supporters in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, breaking the record for the most nomination signatures in Wisconsin state history.
“This amount of nomination signatures proves how energized and motivated Wisconsin Republicans are to win in November,” said Sen. Johnson. “I want to thank each and every individual who worked tirelessly to collect and return a record-breaking number of signatures from all 72 counties in Wisconsin. I am looking forward to continuing this fight for freedom.”
- Sen. Johnson proudly holds the new record for nomination signatures in the state of Wisconsin with over 30,000 signatures collected, surpassing the previously-held record by Sen. Tammy Baldwin with 13,000 signatures in 2018.
- The maximum number of nomination signatures for a U.S. Senate candidate in Wisconsin is 4,000, which was exceeded by over 26,000.
- This record-breaking number is 7 times greater than the amount of signatures Sen. Johnson gathered in his 2016 U.S. Senate election.
- Team Johnson received signatures in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, showing statewide unity around his nomination.
- Sen. Johnson counteracts the over $25 million spent against him with his unprecedented grassroots efforts.
- Through these efforts, Wisconsin voters have sided that they refuse to believe the onslaught of lies and attacks from the media about Sen. Johnson’s record.