MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The Wisconsin Senate will meet next Tuesday to choose two new Democratic leaders for at least the next six months. Democrats want to replace Republican Senate President Mike Ellis with former Democratic president Fred Risser of Madison. The party will also select a new president pro tem to replace Sheboygan Republican Joe Leibham (ly-bmm). Earlier today, the state Government Accountability Board certified the results of the June 5th recall election in Racine County, in which Republican incumbent Van Wanggaard lost to former Senator John Lehman. He’s scheduled to be sworn in next Monday – and that will give the Senate a 17-16 Democratic majority at least until November, when half the seats are up for election. Republican Senate leader Scott Fitzgerald says he supports the plan for what Democratic leader Mark Miller calls a smooth transition of power.