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State of Pennsylvania April 22, 2008 Election
Smart Voter Political Philosophy for Jack Wagner

Candidate for
Auditor General; State of Pennsylvania; Democratic Party

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Since taking office in 2005, I've focused on the issues that Pennsylvania families and taxpayers are concerned about - whether it's the safety of the food they eat, the quality of the gasoline they buy, or the security of the schools their kids attend. I've taken on the big issues - successfully demanding a stronger Megan's Law to protect women and children from sexual predators; sounding the alarm about the solvency of state and local pensions; and exposing millions of dollars of waste, fraud, and abuse of public funds. And I've conducted first-ever or long overdue special performance audits of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, the new Gaming Control Board, the state employees' and teachers' retirement systems, and many other state agencies and programs that are supposed to be working for Pennsylvanians. These are just a few of the approximately 5,000 financial audits, performance audits, and special investigations that my office conducts each year to reform the operations of government and save money for the taxpayers. I encourage you to visit my website,, to learn more about my record and my campaign.

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