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Conduct Regular Audits of Agencies

January 11, 2014

Auditors from outside government should examine state agencies’ books regularly. That seems like common sense....

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littlefox

Jan-12-14 8:41 AM

WV State Auditors: 1863 Samuel Crane (Rep) 1865 Joseph McWhorter (Rep) 1869 Thomas Boggess (Rep) 1871 Edward Bennett (Dem) 1877 Joseph Miller (Dem) 1885 Patrick Duffy (Dem) 1893 Isaac Johnson (Dem) 1897 L. M. LaFolette (Rep) 1901 Arnold Scherr (Rep) 1909 John Darst (Rep) 1921 John Bond (Rep) 1927 Sam Mallison (Rep) 1933 Edgar Sims (Dem) 1961 Denzil Gainer (Dem) 1968 Denzil L. Gainer (Dem) 1972 John M. Gates (Rep) 1976 Glen B. Gainer, Jr. (Dem) 1980 Glen B. Gainer, Jr. (Dem) 1984 Glen B. Gainer, Jr. (Dem) 1992 Glen B. Gainer III (Dem) 1996 Glen B. Gainer III (Dem) 2000 Glen B. Gainer III (Dem) 2004 Glen B. Gainer III (Dem) 2012 Glen B. Gainer III (Dem)

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mikeyd

Jan-11-14 5:34 PM

don't forget the school boards.ours claims that it cost $3,000,000 more a year than what the state pays it to run the schools.where does all this money go?

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richardwhee

Jan-11-14 12:00 PM

That is the last thing most state agencies want. Too much to find.

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dyingov

Jan-11-14 8:51 AM

The State Auditor is part of the State elected executives! Do you really think he is going to "audit" without political slant? The Gainers, father and son have been in the "seat" since 1978.....

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