(AP) Cindy Hill, the Republican candidate for state
superintendent of public instruction resigned as an assistant
principal in Cheyenne after the district reportedly decided not to offer her a new contract.
The Casper Star-Tribune obtained documents that show that Cindy Hill's name didn't appear on the annual list of administrators to be rehired. The list was compiled Feb. 8 and Hill resigned on Feb. 28.
Hill's former boss, Ted Adams, who ran against Hill for the Republican nomination, told the paper that principals had
considered Hill an underperforming employee for several years and decided against hiring her this year.