Superintendent of School's candidate Rose Fernandez led the field of five candidates in Racine County.
Fernandez, who's an advocate for virtual schools, received 2,859 votes, followed by Tony Evers with 1,909 votes, Van Mobley with 955 votes, Todd Price with 647 votes and Lowell Holtz with 416 votes.
Fernandez and Evers advanced to the April 7 general election in the statewide primary, according to the AP. Evers led the field with 37 percent of the vote, followed by Fernandez with 30 percent.
Evers, who boasts 34 years of education experience, was the only one of the five candidates to run TV ads before the primary election. He was backed by the teacher's union.
Fernandez has no professional education experience, but she's been an outspoken advocate for virtual schools in Wisconsin. She's in favor of merit-based teacher pay and supporting more home-schooling options for parents.