Wisconsin voters will decide one week from today (Tuesday) whether to keep state school Superintendent Tony Evers on the job for another four years. The two term incumbent has raised more than twice as much campaign money than his challenger Lowell Holtz since early February. The Evers camp says it has raised 218-thousand dollars from February seventh through March 20th while Holtz — a former school superintendent at Beloit and Whitnall — raised 87-thousand. Evers has 75-thousand dollars on hand, and Holtz 30-thousand. The superintendent’s post is officially non partisan, but Evers has received financial support from a number of local Democrats, while Holtz has received similar support from Republicans.