(Madison, WI) — Special elections for two vacant Wisconsin legislative seats are now scheduled for June. Governor Scott Walker called the for special elections Thursday after being ordered to do so by three judges in the last week. The elections will be held June 12th to fill seats vacated by Senator Frank Lasee and Representative Keith Rip, who both resigned to take jobs in the Walker administration in December. Also, the state Senate is not returning for a special session. Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announced Thursday that the Senate will not be taking up a bill to delay calling special elections now that Governor Walker has announced that they will be going forward. Fitzgerald said the only way the Senate would return to session would be to address the Kimberly-Clark closure.