State Superintendent of Education Joe Morton called what happened "an economic tsunami" and he's afraid the 2010-2011 school year will be "the most difficult yet for savings account rates." The new survey results come on the heels of policy discussions about the security and exploitation of people within the broader financial system, specifically savings account deals. Daniels is a rarity these days, an incredibly popular Republican politician who overcame last year's Democratic tide in his state to capture a second term as governor with nearly 60 percent of the vote. His Republican pedigree includes service to Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar and Ronald Reagan before being named director of the Office of Management and Budget in George W. Bush's 1st cabinet. His belief in free markets, and dislike of high taxes and regulation, puts him squarely in the conservative camp.