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Superintendent of DPI election is coming up fast.  Learn about the candidates - it's either about maintaining status quo or bringing in fresh ideas.   Learn more about Dr. Lowell Holtz and his plan to work for Wisconsin students.

Dr. Lowell Holtz blog post on eliminating Common Core.

Holtz for DPI website is HERE.


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Our work has begun to rebuild our Republic under the leadership of President Trump. We must work to restore objective TRUTH to the vocabulary of all Americans.  Teaching our fellow citizens and especially our youth to seek real news sources is critical. 

We honor and respect others for their good character -- its not about identity politics.  The opportunity to change the direction of our schools begins with leadership. Get to the polls on April 4th and vote for school leadership that support a love for America, parents' values, and respect for conservative thought. Vote AGAINST common core.

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    State superintendent debate gets awkward as incumbent clutches at his opponent’s wrist



    by Theo Keith, Fox6.com  March 28, 2017

    MILWAUKEE -- One week before Election Day, things physical between the two candidates for state superintendent during a debate at Marquette University Law School.

    As incumbent Tony Evers and challenger Lowell Holtz attacked each other for alleged corruption in the race, Evers clutched at Holtz's wrist for a few seconds.

    "Do you want to hold my hand?" Holtz reacted.

    "No, but I want to finish talking," Evers shot back, as the two talked over each other. "I want to finish talking."

    Evers ripped his opponent over an alleged deal between Holtz and another candidate during the primary. Under the terms, one candidate would drop out and would get a $150,000 taxpayer-funded job and a driver if the other candidate won office. The person who exited the race would also get broad control over several major Wisconsin school districts, including Milwaukee Public Schools.

    Holtz has confirmed bringing the proposal up at a meeting with then-opponent John Humphries in December, but has said the ideas came from unnamed businessmen and there was never an agreement.

    "We had two of my opponents on the back of a napkin -- in your handwriting -- talking about (the deal)," Evers said.

    "False. False. False," Holtz responded. "I never wrote anything down. Not a thing. Tell the story the right way or don't tell it at all."

    It was the most heated exchange of a race that has gotten personal, and it comes one week before the April 4th election.

    Holtz is supported by Republicans and school-choice advocates, while Evers is backed by unions and Democrats. They disagreed for much of Tuesday's debate, including over President Donald Trump's budget, which both candidates said would cut funding for teacher training.  READ the Rest and see video clips here.


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  • Upcoming events

    Tuesday, April 04, 2017 at 05:30 PM
    Babe's Bar & Grill 5614 Schroeder Rd.

    Pints & Politics April 4th

    Featured speaker:  Nancy Bartlett, Dane GOP Vice Chair & member of the EMS District Commission


    * Stellar Success of Fitzrona Emergency Medical Services -- Why this is a Model to Emulate

    * Nancy will also be sharing about her visit with the President and First Lady on March 29th  -- as she was invited to attend "the Women's Empowerment Panel" at the White house!




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