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Schools candidate advocates for greater local control

Retired justice speaks on Roggensack's behalf

7:21 AM, Mar. 26, 2013
Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Don Pridemore, left, makes a point at the Lincoln Day Dinner on Friday at the Draft Haus in Sturgeon Bay, sponsored by the Republican Party of Door County.
Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Don Pridemore, left, makes a point at the Lincoln Day Dinner on Friday at the Draft Haus in Sturgeon Bay, sponsored by the Republican Party of Door County.
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The conservative candidate for state superintendent of public instruction pledged Friday in Sturgeon Bay that he would work to restore local control of schools across Wisconsin.

Don Pridemore spoke at the Republican Party of Door County's Lincoln Day Dinner at the Draft Haus. The Assembly representative from Hartford is challenging first-term superintendent Tony Evers in Tuesday's spring election.

"We haven't had a conservative at DPI (the state Department of Public Instruction) for about 50 years," Pridemore told the group. "You can imagine what goes on at DPI after 50 years of ...

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