North Carolina State Auditor

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The North Carolina State Auditor is a statewide elected office in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The State Auditor is responsible for overseeing and reviewing the financial accounts of all state government agencies. The position is currently held by Beth Wood.

Although the position of state auditor dates back at least to 1862, the Office of the State Auditor was created by the North Carolina Constitution of 1868, by which it became an elected office. Prior to 1862, the North Carolina General Assembly appointed state comptrollers and boards of auditors in various parts of the state. [1]

List of North Carolina State Auditors[edit]

Auditors of Public Accounts[edit]

State Auditors[edit]

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