Humphries alleges Holtz offered deal to clear field with $150K DPI job promise

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John Humphries charged fellow state schools superintendent challenger Lowell Holtz promised him a six-figure job at DPI if he dropped out of the primary and Holtz beat incumbent Tony Evers in the April general election.
But Holtz on Wednesday said the offer was a "rough draft" of ideas and that the deal wasn't aimed at getting one of them to drop out of the race. Rather, he said, the job offer was part of a possible deal to ensure the primary loser backed the other challenger in the general election against Evers.
The document, which Humphries' campaign provided to WisPolitics.com, called for ...

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