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Scott Walker names 2 final members to elections commission

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Scott Walker names two final members of Elections Commission

Gov. Scott Walker has named the two final members of the State Elections Commission, one nominated by Republicans and one nominated by Democrats.

Gov. Scott Walker has named the final two members of the new Wisconsin Elections Commission.

Beverly Gill, an election inspector for the town of Burlington in Racine County and former city of Burlington clerk, was one of three nominees submitted to Walker by Republican lawmakers.

Julie Glancey, a retired Sheboygan County clerk and former president of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association, was nominated by the Democrats.

They join Milwaukee lawyer Ann S. Jacobs, Sun Prairie lawyer Don Millis, Republican National Committee member Steve King of Janesville and Brookfield lawyer Mark Thomsen. The board is split between three majority party and three minority party appointees.

The commission, which has already met and named Michael Haas as elections board administrator, replaces the Government Accountability Board on July 1.


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