The race for California’s Superintendent of Public Instruction is one of the most expensive state races in the nation. At $50 million, there’s more money flowing into this race than most U.S Senate campaigns. Both candidates are Democrats. Tony Thurmond is a state assemblyman from Richmond. Marshall Tuck used to run a charter school network.
Why millions are flowing into the state Superintendent of Public Instruction race
- Howard Blume - education reporter for the Los Angeles Times - @howardblume