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"The courage, integrity, and leadership necessary to confront and overcome political and public pressures"
—American Center for Government Auditing


Learn why Rebecca Otto is the strongest candidate for Governor in 2018. 

 

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State Auditor Rebecca Otto campaigns for governor while fighting for the future of her office
Erin Golden | Star Tribune | Aug 14, 2017
Among the DFL’s stable of statewide elected officials, Otto is second only to Gov. Mark Dayton in public flares of tension with legislative Republicans. Otto says her work as auditor and her candidacy for governor are both about fighting efforts to limit the functions of state government that benefit citizens.


Rebecca Otto signs No Fossil Fuel Money pledge; challenges opponents to follow her lead
News release | Aug 14, 2017
Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto, a candidate for the 2018 election for Governor of Minnesota, has pledged to reject campaign contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industries.


Minnesota Supreme Court agrees to consider state auditor's appeal over privatization
Erin Golden | Star Tribune | Aug 08, 2017
Two lower courts did find that auditing is a core function of Otto’s office. “As I have said all along, I swore an oath to uphold the Minnesota Constitution and protect Minnesota taxpayers,” she added. “I will continue to uphold that oath.”


Rebecca Otto hires former top Bernie Sanders staffer Jake Sanders
News Release | Jul 26, 2017
Hiring move seeks to engage grassroots activists and unite the DFL party. “We are building a grassroots movement to end the politics of greed that is threatening our quality of life and get back to politics that works for all the people,” said Otto. “With the addition of Jake Sanders to our team, we are signaling to every voter out there that we want you as a part of our movement.”


MN city water treatment data now online
Detroit Lakes Online | Jul 19, 2017
"This is an example of something really good happening in state government," said Auditor Otto. "By pulling together all of the right people with similar goals, by working in partnership with the University of Minnesota, leveraging their infrastructure and researchers, we have built a game-changing tool that will provide everyone meaningful information about the state of our civil infrastructure in Minnesota. It will help everyone make better-informed decisions, which will ensure better outcomes over time, especially for our rural communities."


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