Cue another ethics complaint, this time from liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Badger Herald]
One Wisconsin Now has filed a complaint with the state Election Commission, alleging a deal between Holtz and former candidate John Humphries [Wisc News]
One Wisconsin Now to file a complaint with the state Elections Commission alleging the job offer deal amounted to election bribery. [Wisconsin State Journal]
The message from voters tonight is that they support our public schools and want someone with integrity to lead the Department of Public Instruction.
One Wisconsin Now has filed a complaint with the state Elections Commission, alleging that the proposal is possibly illegal. [Shepherd Express]
One Wisconsin Now filed an ethics complaint with the Wisconsin Election Commission. [Sheboygan Press]
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now ... filed a complaint with the state Elections Commission alleging Holtz and Humphries engaged in election bribery. [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Now released the following statements on the latest revelations about the sleazy deal between the two school privatization supporters.
Advocacy group One Wisconsin Now has filed a complaint... alleging that the two challengers to State Superintendent Tony Evers may have violated the law. [WEAC]
A liberal group filed an ethics complaint Thursday alleging that state voting laws were broken when state school superintendent candidates discussed a taxpayer-funded job in exchange for support. [Daily Tribune]
Also on Thursday, the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now filed a complaint with the state Elections Commission alleging bribery. [Associated Press]
One Wisconsin Now Files Formal Complaint, Seeks Investigation of John Humphries, Lowell Holtz Attempted Election Bribe
One Wisconsin Now filed a complaint today alleging the deal John Humphries and Lowell Holtz discussed was not just sleazy but possibly illegal.
Mere days after his transparent political pander, pro-voucher money is on the move and $10,000 of it finds its way into John Humphries’ campaign coffers.
John Humphries, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, is at it again, this time taking all sides of the issue of public school funding.
We might not know where John Humphries stands on the issue of academic standards, but what we do know is political flip flops aren’t going to help students.
When these three continue to stand by Betsy DeVos it’s clear they’re most interested in the impact she can have on their campaign war chests.
If It’s a Day That Ends in ‘Y’ John Humphries Has a Scheme to Take Public School Funding and Give it to Private Voucher Schools
It’s no surprise today we see another version of the same old plan to take more of our public tax dollars and send them to less accountable private schools.
Records Reveal State Public School Chief Hopeful Donated to Gov. Scott Walker’s Recall Election Opponent
Records reveal state public school chief hopeful John Humphries donated to Gov. Scott Walker’s recall election opponent.
Why Would Gov. Scott Walker’s Campaign Chair Host Fundraiser for Walker Recall Petition Signer John Humphries? Follow the Money.
John Humphries pledged his loyalty to Michael Grebe’s agenda to take money from public schools and give it to private voucher schools in exchange for support.
Support for Betsy DeVos as Federal Education Secretary Another Lesson About John Humphries’ Priorities
We’re Learning the Only Thing You Can Trust is That Humphries Will Put His Political Ambition Before Best Interests of Wisconsin Schools and Kids
[Scot Ross] said Humphries' decision to resign during the campaign "is putting his political ambitions before kids." [Associated Press]
"John Humphries is putting his political ambitions before kids," Executive Director Scot Ross said in an email to the Journal Sentinel. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The race to appease the big spending private school voucher industry is on between candidates John Humphries and Lowell Holtz
John Humphries has wasted no time in pledging his allegiance to the private school voucher cartel. He’s interested in the campaign cash of special interests.