TROY GUNDERSON FOR WISCONSIN SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

As of this writing, there are seven (7) candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. This is the job that Governor Tony Evers held for so long. It is technically a non-partisan office but political parties often support certain candidates based upon their shared values or policy ideas. Media reports state that Troy Gunderson supports Governor Evers and aligns with Democrats.

ABOUT TROY GUNDERSON

Here is some background on Troy Gunderson, as provided by his campaign:

Following graduation from the University of Minnesota, Troy Gunderson embarked on a 35-year career in public education including seven years as a classroom teacher at Melrose-Mindoro High School, and 16 years as a high school principal – one year in Princeton, WI and 15 years in West Salem, WI.

He then served 12 years as a school superintendent including two years at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District in Galesville, WI, and ten years for the School District of West Salem.  Gunderson currently serves as an adjunct professor of school finance in the superintendent certification program at Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI.

Troy and his wife Jill live in West Salem.  Jill is retired from her career as a middle school science teacher at Melrose-Mindoro Middle School.  Troy and Jill have two adult children, Kelsey and Kirsten, who are both graduates of West Salem High School and the University of Wisconsin at Madison. 

Partial bio of Troy Gunderson

MEDIA INTERVIEW WITH TROY GUNDERSON

NOMINATION PAPERS FOR TROY GUNDERSON

To download nomination papers for Troy Gunderson and instructions on how to collect and send them in, click below.

Remember that you will need to choose 1 of the numerous State Superintendent candidates. In other words, you cannot submit nomination papers for both Troy Gunderson and anyone else, such as Sheila Briggs or Jill Underly. If you choose to safely collect signatures from anyone else, be sure to tell them they can only sign for one candidate. If someone signs for both candidates, their signatures will be invalidated and they will receive a lump of coal.

For instructions, click here.

NOTE: Troy asks for his nomination papers to be returned by the end of December.

See lots more at: https://www.troyforstatesup.com

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