MADISON, WI – Today, Senator Patty Schachtner (D-Somerset) shared a response regarding the Judicial Panel's Selections for the People's Maps Commission.
“I am excited to see that a resident of the 10th Senate District has been selected to serve on the People’s Maps Commission!”
Annemarie McClellan, of Menomonie, is one of nine individuals to be selected by a nonpartisan three- judge panel. She will be representing the 3rd Congressional District. She is currently enjoying her retirement after a career in manufacturing and clinical research. Annemarie also serves as Co-President of her local chapter of the League of Women Voters and has served as a poll worker and election observer.
“It is essential that our democracy has fair and competitive legislative maps. Without fair and competitive elections, legislators can operate with little or no accountability to their electors, which leads to a government that no longer serves the people. The People’s Maps Commission will ensure that our new maps are drawn to reflect the will of the people, not politicians.”
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State Senator Patty Schachtner proudly represents Wisconsin’s tenth senate district with 178,250 constituents. The district covers parts of Burnett, Dunn, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix counties.