Tony Evers Doubles Previous Cash on Hand
Evers has $237,695 cash on hand.
Madison — State Superintendent Tony Evers has doubled his cash on hand since his last report heading into the February 21st Spring Primary.
Later today, Evers will report raising $142,443 for the filing period of January 1st through February 6th, as well as cash on hand of $237,695.
The following is a statement from Campaign Manager, Amanda Brink:
“We continue to be pleased with the robust support we have received in 2017. Most of our funds came from hard-working Wisconsinites who donated $50 or $75 at a time. Tony is proud to be supported by parents, educators and community leaders across Wisconsin who share his dedication to kids and commitment to public education.”
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Press Releases by Tony Evers
Holtz and Humphries and a few unnamed business leaders had collaborated on a plan to takeover Wisconsin’s 5 largest school districts.
There are dozens of unanswered questions.
It included a tax-payer compensation package of $150,000, and a dedicated personal driver.
ICYMI: Plot thickens for the Humphries-Holtz Takeover Plan of Wisconsin’s 5 Largest School DistrictsFeb 17th, 2017 by Tony Evers
The Humphries-Holtz Takeover Plan would create a position in the Department of Public Instruction that would have unprecedented authority.