Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt is facing pressure from opponents who are organizing a recall against him. Those efforts began about five weeks ago when the city council fell one vote short of removing him from office. Green Bay Alderman Guy Zima says they will likely register the recall with the city clerk in the next two weeks. Schmitt was convicted of three misdemeanor campaign finance violations on December 5th after a 20-month investigation. As part of his sentence, Schmitt has served 40 hours of community service and paid four-thousand dollars in fines. Zima says he has a list of about 60 people ready to circulate recall petitions. State law requires 84-hundred-67 signatures of qualified Green Bay voters to force a recall election for the city’s mayor.