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.”
Tony for Wisconsin
Recent Press Releases by Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers
Evers has also already received the endorsement of former US Senator Herb Kohl, former Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton, former Rep. Steve Kagen MD, and nearly a dozen current and former legislators.
The proposal is expected to cost less than $20 million a year.