Last December, Politico reported that “The View” was on the lookout for a conservative woman to take the place being vacated by arch-conservative Meghan McCain. There have been guest hosts who’ve come and gone, but according to the Associated Press, it’s official: “The View” has named two Republicans as regular panelists on the show. That should bring some balance to the discussion, right?

And those Republicans are — drum roll — Alyssa Farah Griffin and … Ana Navarro.

The AP reports that “The View” took its time to find just the right conservatives:

Farah Griffin fills the chair left empty when Meghan McCain quit last summer after four years on the show. Farah Griffin is a communications strategist who worked as a spokesperson at the Pentagon and for Trump and Vice President Mike Pence during the last administration.

Navarro, a familiar face as a frequent guest host at “The View” since 2015, was also officially named as an addition to the show’s group of five hosts on Thursday.

McCain was a magnet for controversy and attention during her time at “The View,” where she often fought onscreen with her more liberal co-hosts, and complained after she left of a toxic work environment.

“The View” took its time replacing her, spending a year with conservative guest hosts in informal on-air tryouts. Farah Griffin appeared 29 times.

Does Ana Navarro still list herself as a “Republican strategist,” and if so, who’s the Republican candidate she’s most recently supported?

Things are really going to get crazy on set now. They replaced Meghan McCain with two Republicans.