State Superintendent Tony Evers will face off against Lowell Holtz in a general re-election bid for his post, according to the Associated Press.
Eliminated in today’s primary was John Humphries, former Dodgeville administrator who also worked at DPI.
Evers gathered 69 percent of the vote, while Holtz has 23 percent and Humphries has 7 percent, according to unofficial election results from AP.
With turnout so low in the state, the reliable union voters were likely over-represented a tad. This presents a good, clear choice for the April election.