"I have no intention of allowing John White, who isn't qualified to be a middle school principal, to remain as superintendent when I am governor." — Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Bel Edwards, sniping at the Louisiana superintendent of education, who was backed by Gov. Bobby Jindal at one time.
As quoted in The Advocate, White responded: "Politics doesn't belong in the classroom. High school graduation, ACT scores, AP scores and kids going to college are all increasing. What's important is that we continue that progress, no matter who is governor."