Most voters know all about the top ticket jobs on the state ballot this November: governor, senator, secretary of state.
But down-ballot, as it’s known, is the state superintendent of instruction. And, it just happens to be the costliest race on the ballot.
The candidates vying for the job: Tony Thurmond, an assemblymember from Richmond, and Marshall Tuck, a former charter school executive.
KALW's education reporter, Lee Romney, tells us more about the job, the candidates, and the tens of millions of dollars that have poured into this contest.