Republican state schools superintendent candidate drops out of race to support incumbent

Republican candidate Thomas Kelly dropped out of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction race on Monday to better chances for the incumbent candidate, Brian Schroeder.

“Brian is the only other candidate who really seems to get the federal government attempts to influence Wyoming through monetary policy, and he’s more likely to win than I am,” Kelly said. “It didn’t make any sense for me to stay in for my own personal ego.”

Schroeder said in a statement on Monday that he was “honored to work this campaign” with Kelly and “beyond honored to have his vote…”

“As a force in this campaign, he was not only principled, honest, and courageous, he also effectively advanced the conservative cause.”

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