Guest commentary by Ron Zahn:
What state-wide elected officer potentially has the greatest impact on your taxes and quality of life? I would suggest it might be the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the officer who heads the largely independent Department of Public Instruction. On April 4, in the Spring General Election, we have the opportunity to vote for needed change.
The incumbent Tony Evers said upon taking office in 2009 “Let me be clear – more of the same is not enough.” Now, after eight years of “more of the same,” of serving the system, not the kids, it's time for beneficial change.
Dr. Lowell Holtz is fully qualified to lead that change, having many years of experience in law enforcement and as a teacher, principal, and superintendent in Wisconsin. What will Lowell bring to the DPI office?
Dr. Holtz is running under the acronym ASK: Always Serve Kids.
Learn more at www.Kidservative.org