Huppenthal elected as Arizona schools chief
Longtime Arizona lawmaker John Huppenthal has wanted to revamp the state’s school system for years. Now, he’ll get the chance.
Huppenthal would seek to restrict ethnic studies at UofA
Sen. John Huppenthal intends to take his fight against ethnic studies programs to the University of Arizona if he is elected state superintendent of public instruction.
Kotterman, Huppenthal win schools chief nods
State lawmaker John Huppenthal won the Republican nomination and longtime educator Penny Kotterman got the Democratic nod for Arizona’s superintendent of public instruction in the Aug. 24 primary election.
Clean Elections Commission rejects complaint against Williams
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission declined to discipline Democratic superintendent candidate Jason Williams over allegations that he raised more money from family members than allowed under campaign finance rules.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Voting History
2002 PRIMARY GENERAL Party Candidate Votes Votes % Democrat Jay Blanchard 130,960 540,200 46.3% Rod Rich 65,355 Libertarian John C. Zajac 2,545 41,821 3.6% Republican Tom Horne 120,816 584,828 50.1% Keith Bee 83,586 Jaime Molera 89,042 2006 PRIMARY GENERAL Party Candidate Votes Votes % Democrat Jason Williams 109,405 672,909 46.3% Slade Mead 93,141 Republican Tom [...]
Williams faces Clean Elections complaint from Kotterman supporter
Democrat Jason Williams is facing a complaint alleging that his campaign for state schools chief has committed a number of Clean Elections violations.
Ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush endorses Huppenthal
Sen. John Huppenthal, a Chandler Republican who is running for superintendent of public instruction, has picked up the endorsement of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, whose education policies were credited for improving the performance of that state’s students.
Candidates for state schools chief to debate
The Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission will hold two debates this week for candidates for state superintendent of public instruction.
Ariz. Supreme Court: Huppenthal stays on ballot
Sen. John Huppenthal, a Republican who is running for Superintendent of Public Instruction, survived another court challenge and will stay on the ballot.
Law firm plans to appeal ruling that keeps Huppenthal on ballot
A law firm associated with Arizona Democratic Party will appeal a June 17 court decision that threw out the case against Sen. John Huppenthal, a Chandler Republican who is running for Superintendent of Public Instruction.
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