MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Longshot Democratic gubernatorial candidate state Rep. Brett Hulsey has filed signatures to put him on the ballot against the presumed nominee Mary Burke. Hulsey was among the candidates who filed their papers Monday, the deadline to submit signatures required to get on the Aug. 12 primary. The Government Accountability Board will review the signatures, and challenges, and then determine at its June 10 meeting who will be on the ballot. Hulsey says he turned in 2,300 signatures. He needs 2,000. Gov. Scott Walker's campaign submitted his signatures on Monday and Burke turned hers in last week. A third lesser known Democrat, Marcia Mercedes Perkins, also filed signatures but the GAB did not immediately have a total count.