State officials expect 13-to-18-percent of Wisconsin adults to vote in today’s (Tuesday’s) spring general election. The only statewide contest has public school superintendent Tony Evers going for his third four year term against former Whitnall and Beloit Superintendent Lowell Holtz. The two have disagreed on virtually every major issue as Holtz supports expanding the private school voucher program and repealing the Common Core standards — while Evers supports the standards and opposes more vouchers. Hundreds of local government and school board contests are also on today’s ballots throughout the Badger State — along with 65 school referendums in 42 districts calling for more than one half billion dollars in borrowing for building improvements and tax hikes to keep school programs going. All polls are open from seven a-m through eight p-m.