He’s sure campaigning like a conservative now, but it’s difficult to reconcile that with his apparent opposition to the single-most empowering education reform to come out of the legislature in generations.
State superintendent candidates backed by mostly conservatives once donated money to a former opponent of Gov. Scott Walker, campaign finance records show.
John Humphries, a former Dodgeville School District administrator, donated $35 to Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett’s campaign against Walker during the 2012 recall election.
The donation came after Humphries also signed the 2011 petition that triggered the recall after the passage of Act 10, Walker’s signature law…