New Jersey State Auditor

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The New Jersey State Auditor is a constitutional officer. He is appointed by the New Jersey State Legislature, and serves a term of five years. Within his power, the officer may investigate the spending and internal management control of any state or state-supported agencies. The office is constitutionally established as the only one that the Legislature may appoint.

Current Auditor[edit]

Stephen M. Eells

Past Auditors[edit]

Richard L. Fair (1990–2008)

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