It may not be the most glamorous job in Nebraska government, but in November voters will cast their ballots for the office of state auditor.
Democrat Amanda McGill, of Lincoln, spoke to the Norfolk Rotary Club, on Tuesday night.
McGill said that while she appreciates the work that outgoing State Auditor Mike Foley has done, if elected she'd take a slightly different approach to the office.
"What's most important to Nebraskans is that the work is getting done, and that people don't use political offices to try to push themselves forward and their own agenda, and that's what I would try to do is just work hard to uncover problems in various departments," said McGill.
McGill will face off against State Senator Charlie Janssen, of Fremont, in November.