By Amy Maginnis-Honey
California’s superintendent of public education stopped by the California Teachers Association building Monday afternoon, rallying a group of about 40 people, many of them teachers, to get out the vote for him Tuesday.
Tom Torlakson even sat down and made a few calls to voters to remind them of Election Day.
Torlakson and challenger Marshall Tuck are in what appears to be a dead heat for the top education spot in the state. Some polls show that 44 percent of voters are undecided.