Spring elections: The candidates in their own words
WISTAX Releases Candidate Information
MADISON—On Tuesday, April 2, Wisconsin voters will elect a State Superintendent of Public Instruction and a Supreme Court Justice. In the nonpartisan contests, voters will choose between current superintendent Tony Evers and state representative Don Pridemore, and between Justice Pat Roggensack and Marquette law professor Ed Fallone.
A new report from the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance (WISTAX), "Wisconsin’s Spring Elections," offers unedited responses to questions sent to all candidates. WISTAX asked the superintendent candidates to provide information regarding their backgrounds and their reasons for running. They were also asked their opinions about the challenges facing Wisconsin public education and the efficacy of state’s education system.
WISTAX asked the Supreme Court candidates about their backgrounds, reasons for running, and their judicial philosophies. Justice Roggesnack provided her responses. Although Professor Fallone did not reply, WISTAX provided information from his campaign website, as a public service.
A free copy of The Wisconsin Taxpayer, "Wisconsin’s Spring Elections" is available by calling 608.241.9789; emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; visiting www.wistax.org; or writing WISTAX at 401 North Lawn Ave., Madison, WI 53704-5033. WISTAX is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to policy research and citizen education.