Laws governing recall in Wisconsin

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The citizens of Wisconsin are granted the authority to perform a recall election by the Wisconsin Constitution, Article VIII, Section 12 to all elective officers after the first year of the term for which the incumbent was elected.

Signature Requirement

The amount of valid signatures required for recall election are 25 percent of the number of persons that voted in the last preceding election for the office of governor in the electoral district of the officer sought to be recalled.