DELTA, Wis. -- Janet Bewley, Wisconsin State Senator from the 25th Senate District, submitted the final batch of her nomination signatures to the Wisconsin Elections Commission yesterday, bringing her total to over 800, more than double the number required to be placed on the ballot in November.
Bewley, who is finishing her first term, thanked the dedicated team of volunteers who assisted her in gathering the signatures. “I’m humbled and honored by the encouragement I’ve received in the last
six weeks,” said Bewley, “The outpouring of support means the world to me. With their help, I feel ready to kick off my re-election campaign.”
People from every part of the 25th Senate District, the largest in Wisconsin, signed Bewley's nomination papers. “Since my first campaign for State Assembly in 2010, I've been struck by how receptive the people of northern Wisconsin are to a positive campaign,” said Bewley, “From the South Shore of Lake Superior to the sand barrens of Burnett, Washburn and Douglas Counties, from the rolling hills in Barron County to the abundant woods and waters in Price County, people are excited about a campaign focusing on what matters most to them: good roads, family supporting jobs and strong schools"
Janet Bewley is the current State Senator of the 25th Senate District in Northern Wisconsin, having been first elected in 2014 after serving two terms in the State Assembly. She and her Husband David Saetre live on the White River in Bayfield County.