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Meet Rebecca Otto

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Winner of the National Award for Excellence in Accountability.
Elected President of the National State Auditors Association.
Named 1 of the 15 Most Influential Government Auditors in America.

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

 

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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."


MN Governor Candidate State Auditor Rebecca Otto
Haidi Holtan | KAXE-FM | Jul 13, 2017
Listen in as MN State Auditor Rebecca Otto stopped by our studios recently to tell us why she is running for Governor in 2018.


VIDEO: DFL gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Otto shouts out for climate action, clean energy
Bluestem Prairie | Jun 29, 2017
Winning in 2018 and then actually doing something about climate change and the clean energy economy is too important to vote for a compromise candidate or one who is untested statewide.


Rebecca Otto wins "Best Picture Oscar" of government auditing profession
News Release | National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers | Jun 15, 2017
Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto was awarded the highest honor in government auditing, the William R. Snodgrass Distinguished Leadership Award. This is the Best Picture Oscar of the government auditing profession.


Minnesota's Supreme Court must come to the rescue
Lori Sturdevant | Star Tribune | Jun 10, 2017
The Legislature’s Republican majorities are gearing up to take Dayton to court over his line-item veto just as the Otto case reaches the top of the judicial branch’s appellate ladder. I’d call that a fortuitous coincidence. The Minnesota Supreme Court is going to get a chance to go to the root of the problem: the willingness of one branch of government to usurp the constitutionally assigned power of another in order to get its way.


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Rebecca installing new solar panels on her roof. She and Shawn built their solar & wind-powered farm home with their own hands.

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