Governor Scott Walker has made the final appointments to a new panel that will run Wisconsin elections.
The governor on Friday chose Beverly Gill from a list of appointees recommended by legislative Republicans, and Julie Glancey from a list offered by Democrats. Gill is an election inspector in the town of Burlington, and Glancey is a former president of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association and a retired Sheboygan County clerk.
The two will join Mark Thomsen, Steve King, Don Millis, and Ann Jacobs on the six member elections panel. That agency, plus a new ethics commission, will replace the state Government Accountability Board at the end of this month.