Jennifer McCormick will be Indiana’s last elected superintendent of public instruction — but that doesn’t mean her last election is behind her.
In an interview recently, McCormick said she isn’t taking anything off the table, including a run for governor.
“I don’t want to be governor today,” she said, emphasizing the word “today.” “But I would never rule anything out.”
Also on the table for this Republican: A run for lieutenant governor on the Democratic ticket.
“I wouldn’t rule anything out,” she repeated when asked about that possibility.
Speculation swirled earlier this summer when McCormick went on a statewide listening tour on education issues with Sen. Eddie