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Professional or politician?

11:51 PM, Mar. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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There are two statewide nonpartisan elections on April 2.

In the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, Ed Fallone, a lawyer and a professor of law at Marquette University, believes in ethical behavior for Supreme Court judges. The incumbent believes that a judge should not be disciplined for physically attacking another judge, that entities having cases pending before the court can contribute to judicial campaigns, that candidates can lie in campaign ads, and most public employees (except law enforcement and fire protection) have no right to collectively bargain.

In the election of the state superintendent of public instruction, Tony Evers has spent his career as a teacher, principal, district administrator, and state superintendent. His actions have demonstrated concern for the education of all children, increased opportunities for students, and improved quality of instruction based on student achievement. The Republican assemblyman challenger has stated that problems in public education are the fault of teachers unions. He believes that education will be improved by taking money away from public schools to pay for private school tuition.

Voters, you have a clear choice. You can choose the professionals (Fallone/Evers) or you can select the politician in these races.

Chuck Heidner

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