With only four days left to go until the midterm elections on November 2nd, many campaigns around the nation and state are getting even more intense as we approach the 11th hour.
Mike Massie, candidate for Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Instruction was Thursday's guest on Public Pulse. His opponent, Cindy Hill, accepted and declined the invitation several times before canceling earlier this week, so was not able to join the conversation either by phone or in person.
Mr. Massie says he and his opponent differ significantly on many of the issues important in Wyoming:
Under "No Child Left Behind," all schools are required to have some type of standardized testing to measure student performance, though there is leeway on which specific tests are used.
He adds another significant difference:
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