MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Just as he predicted, the majority leader of the Wisconsin Senate became a recall target today. The necessary paperwork was filed for a petition drive to try and remove Republican Scott Fitzgerald of Juneau. Unlike three other Senate targets, Fitzgerald is a long-time veteran in his 17th year. But state law requires that officials cannot be recalled during the first years of their current terms -- and Fitzgerald was just elected a year ago to his fifth four-year term. The other three G-O-P targets are just finishing their first years in the Senate -- Pam Galloway of Wausau, Terry Moulton of Chippewa Falls, and Van Wangaard of Racine. Organizers will need to file 19-thousand to 22-thousand valid signatures by January 17th to order each Senate recall vote. The drives began on the same day as the recall campaigns against G-O-P Governor Scott Walker and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. Those drives require 540-thousand valid signatures for each official.