Feb 26, 2014 - The Associated PressCHEYENNE -- Saying he's confident the political controversy over the duties of the state superintendent of public instruction office will be resolved, Mike Ceballos announced Tuesday he is seeking the Democratic nomination to become the next state schools chief.
A retired telephone company executive from Cheyenne, Ceballos said he became involved in education issues during his business career and said the business principles and values he has learned would be useful as superintendent.
"Ultimately you really had to talk about how can you create a sense of stability when there's sometimes chaos working," he said.
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