State Auditor Rob Sand will be visiting Southeast Iowa as part of his 100 Townhall Tour. This is his fifth time doing this since taking office in 2019 as he “wants to hear from Iowans” and believes this is a great opportunity.
He will be visiting Fairfield on the 25th of July from 4-5pm at the Central Park Gazebo, followed by a trip to Crane’s Pond in Mount Pleasant at 6pm. His travels will take him to Louisa County the next day as he speaks from 11:30am-12:30 in Wapello’s North Park. For those in Washington County, mark Thursday, September 7th on your calendars as Rob Sand will speak at the Central Park Fountain in Washington from 12:15pm-1:15pm.
For a full list of the remaining 73 counties on the State Auditors list, visit https://www.auditor.iowa.gov/townhall
Sand plans to discuss the new pro-corruption law that allows state agencies to hide records from the Auditor’s Office, the expansion of his Public Innovations and Efficiencies (PIE) program, which encourages government entities and school districs to come up with creative ways to save tax dollars, and the new school voucher system that shifts tax dollars from public schools into private schools without limitations or transparency on how the private school spends it.
These townhalls are open to the public and the media.