Jill Underly has won the statewide election to serve as Wisconsin superintendent of schools. Underly had the support of the state teachers’ union and had 14 times as much money for her campaign as Deb Kerr did. The winner got 52 percent of the vote Tuesday. Though the race for D-P-I head is officially nonpartisan, Democrats backed Underly while Republicans were behind Kerr. Underly replaces Carolyn Stanford Taylor who has held the position for the last two years.