Evers chalks up primary victory to his focus on kids, not ‘weird politics’


State Superintendent Tony Evers says his primary victory can be chalked up to his focus on the state's public school kids -- and not on the "kind of weird politics and policies" that plagued his challengers in the days leading up to the election.
Evers told WisPolitics.com in an interview that instead, his primary victory is a reflection of his campaign's focus on the 860,000 public school kids in the state and their needs.
Evers said he didn't know if the news from last week of talks between John Humphries and Lowell Holtz for a job at the Department of Public Instruction in exchange for one ...

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