Quoted in State superintendent candidate: Challenger offered six figure job to drop out of race. (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/15/2017)
Benefits include a driver -- and not the golf implement. Candidate John Humphries [he of the $300 teeth-whitening expenditure] said in an interview with the Wisconsin State Journal that during discussions between him and opponent Lowell Holtz, Holtz proposed in writing that either he or Humphries should drop out in exchange for the guaranteed three-year job with the Department of Public Instruction should one of them defeat incumbent Tony Evers in the general election.
With State Superintendent candidate John Humphries, it's surface over substance. (1/20/2017)
Meet John Humphries, your GOP/private school voucher industry candidate for WI State Superintendent of Public Instruction. (1/19/2017)
Dodgeville School Board to John Humphries: Have we got a deal for you!! (1/5/2017)