Yesterday’s Wisconsin Spring Primary (mid-February, windchill of about two degrees) saw local and statewide education contests. There was nothing unexpected about the results: in Whitewater more than two candidates have a good chance at one of the two available board seats, and statewide Underly and Kerr have significant backing.
For Whitewater’s school board, five candidates were seeking four spots to advance to the April general election in which the top two candidates will take seats on the board. The Whitewater Unified School District stretches across three counties (Walworth, Jefferson, and Rock), and the Journal Sentinel nicely formatted the accumulated primary totals:
In the statewide contest for Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jill Underly and Deborah Kerr advanced to the April 6th election: