Commissioner Don M. Millis, Republican Party appointee
Appointed by: Assembly Speaker Robin Vos Title: Chair Term Expires: June 2024 Place of residence: Sun Prairie, Wis. Hometown: Milton, Wis. Occupation: Attorney at law Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin - Madison; J.D. – University of Wisconsin Law School Interests and hobbies: Working with international organizations fighting human trafficking and gender-based violence and promoting economic development at a micro level in developing countries. Goals as a WEC Commissioner: Enforce Wisconsin's elections law fairly and impartially and promote administrative and legal changes to restore confidence in Wisconsin's election results.
Commissioner Robert F. Spindell, Jr., Republican Party appointee
Appointed by: Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu Title: Vice Chair Term Expires: May 2026 Place of residence: Milwaukee, WI Occupation: Senior Vice President & Regional Manager, International Mergers & Acquisitions Firm. Past Republican Party Appointee, City of Milwaukee Election Commissioner - 18 + years. Education: MBA, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, BA (Political Science) University of Virginia. Goals as a WEC Commissioner: Properly implementing Wisconsin State Election Law and insuring that Voters have confidence in the outcome of our Elections, regardless of Party.
Commissioner Marge Bostelmann, Republican Party appointee (clerk member)
Appointed by: Gov. Tony Evers Title: Commissioner Term Expires: May 2024 Residence: Green Lake, Wis. Hometown: Chicago, Ill. Occupation: Retired County Clerk/Administrative Coordinator, Green Lake County Education/certifications: Wisconsin Certified Public Manager, University of Wisconsin - Madison Interests and Hobbies: Community Service, Church Youth Group Leader, Green Lake Rotary, ThedaCare Berlin Hospital Board Goals as a WEC Commissioner: I was honored to be appointed to the Commission and use my 24 years of election experience as county clerk in providing a working knowledge of how elections are run at the local level. My goal is to continue to help guide municipal and county clerks in providing fair, safe, and honest elections through resources, education, and training.
Commissioner Ann S. Jacobs, Democratic Party appointee
Appointed by: Senate Minority Leader Janet Bewley Title: Commissioner Term Expires: May 2026 Place of residence: Milwaukee Hometown: Milwaukee Occupation: Attorney, Jacobs Injury Law, SC. Milwaukee. Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin – Madison. J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School. Goals as a WEC Commissioner: My guiding principle: Every eligible voter who wishes to vote should be able to do so, safely, and have their vote be counted.
Commissioner Mark L. Thomsen, Democratic Party appointee
Appointed by: Former Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz. Title: Commissioner Term expires: May 2024 Place of residence: Milwaukee Hometown: Commissioner Thomsen was born in Blair, Nebraska; grew up in Nigeria; dropped out of high school, worked as a proud union member in a steel mill in Indiana from 1976 to 1984 and moved to Milwaukee in 1984. Occupation: Lawyer and partner at Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs, LLP Education: Loras College, 1972-1974; Luther College, 1974-1976; B.G.S., Indiana University Northwest, 1984; J.D., Marquette University Law School, cum laude, 1987. Interests and hobbies: Pheasant and deer hunting, sailing, reading, spending time with my wife of almost 45 years, my kids and grandchildren. Goals as a WEC Commissioner: To help every eligible Wisconsin citizen get registered to vote and make voting as easy and accessible as possible all to help our democracy grow and to keep elections fair and honest and to help protect the non partisan WEC Administrator and staff from unfair false attacks and threats.
Commissioner Julie M. Glancey, Democratic Party appointee (clerk member)
Appointed by: Gov. Tony Evers Title: Secretary Term Expires: May 2026 Place of residence: Sheboygan Falls Occupation: Retired Sheboygan County Clerk Education: Local Clerk Certificate Program Interests: Grandchildren and bridge Goals as a WEC Commissioner: I worked almost 30 years in elections and I have a deep sense of responsibility to ensure that all eligible voters have the ability to exercise their right to vote.
Administrator Meagan Wolfe
Meagan Wolfe is administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, serving as the state’s chief election official. Meagan was appointed by the bi-partisan, six-member Commission in February of 2018 and unanimously confirmed by the Wisconsin State Senate in May of 2019 for a four-year term. Serving as an election security advocate and ambassador for the needs of Wisconsin’s clerks and voters are among her highest priorities. A significant part of her job is ensuring that Wisconsin’s 1,922 local election officials (the most of any state) have the resources and technology they need to conduct elections. Meagan previously served as WEC’s Deputy Administrator and IT Director, managing the teams that develop and maintain the statewide voter registration system, election security, and all other IT applications of the Commission. Meagan joined state service in 2011, starting as the state’s voter outreach coordinator and later as an elections IT project manager leading a major redesign of the MyVote Wisconsin voter information portal (myvote.wi.gov).