Now that Evers is Gov.-Elect, what happens to State Superintendent?

Given this week’s election results, Tony Evers will move from one statewide elected office to another. So what will happen to the position of state schools superintendent when its current occupant becomes the governor? The short answer is that Evers can appoint his own replacement. Wisconsin Public Radio will walk you through the long answer.

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