TUESDAY- The day started out with a lively debate on the “Road to the Midterms” show with Robert Rees. A stark contrast was drawn between Jon and his opponent. It became clear that if Jon Neiderbach gets your vote for State Auditor come election day he will be the watchdog over your taxpayer dollars who will hold the Governor’s Office led by Governor Branstad accountable. Jon wants to have audits that adequately and accurately assess agency budgets to maximize their effectiveness and efficiently so they can provide higher qualiety services without trading off with hush money and secret settlement. The incumbent, Mary Mosman, said she believed her job, as Auditor, was to be a bookkeeper not to prevent fraud and protect your hard earned money.
The day continued with another studio session with Michael Devine out of Ft. Dodge where he thoroughly interrogated about his qualifications and his to improve the office’s efficiency to ensure agencies fairly and transparently use their taxpayer funded budgets. Jon’s commonsense, bipartisan analysis and approach was well received.
And down the campaign trail we continued to the Webster City Freeman Journal where Jon’s commonsense approach proved popular once more. Jon didn’t stop there, though. He decided it wasn’t complete until he spread his message to even more voters with a brief interview at KIMT-TV out of Mason City.
On November 4 think about how hard you work and elect Jon Neiderbach for State Auditor as your real watchdog.