Eagle Herald: Roth will be on ballot for 8th District seat

APPLETON, Wis. — Roger Roth has secured a place on the ballot for both elections in Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District.

The Roth for Wisconsin campaign collected over 1,700 signatures in less than two weeks after Gov. Tony Evers called a special election in Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District. Mike Gallagher resigned from that position.

“I am humbled by the support we are receiving from every corner of the district,” Roth said. “Thousands of voters have joined this campaign and our mission to save America. The momentum continues to grow every day and we are only just beginning. From doors to festivals and from bars to fish fries, we are listening to voters’ needs and demands for change in Washington.”

Roth said that quickly securing a place on the ballot is just another example of the power of our grassroots-driven campaign. “From Suring to Sturgeon Bay and from Manawa to Marinette, we secured signatures from all across the 8th District and are ready to win both elections on Aug. 13,” he said.

Roger Roth is a captain in the Wisconsin Air National Guard, a third-generation homebuilder in Northeast Wisconsin, and conservative candidate running for Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District.

To learn more about Roger and his campaign, people can visit RothforWisconsin.com.