By Andrew Pillow
The Superintendent of Public Instruction race is heating up. Republicans were blindsided by Tony Bennett’s loss to Glenda Ritz four years ago. State republicans are determined to make sure that doesn’t happen again.
The race for the GOP nominee essentially boils down to the public school experience of Jennifer McCormick vs, the familiar tea party talking points of Dawn Wooten.
But as Chelsea Schneider, of the Indy Star summed up, it may just come down to who can win:
“But one political observer senses delegates will give greater consideration to a candidate’s ability to compete over ideological purity in this year’s state superintendent of public instruction race. Or simply put: Who is better equipped to topple Ritz — a darling of the teachers unions — in November’s general election?”
Read more about the GOP candidates here.