Mosiman appointed new Iowa state auditor

BY KRISTEN EAST | MAY 14, 2013 5:00 AM

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Gov. Terry Branstad appointed Mary Mosiman the new state auditor on Monday, making her the first female auditor in Iowa’s history.

Mosiman assumed the office on Monday, replacing former Auditor David Vaudt, who resigned from the position to become the chairman of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.

Mosiman previously served as deputy secretary of state and as the Story County auditor and commissioner of elections. An Iowa State University with a degree in accounting, she lives in Ames with her family.

“I am honored to accept this position and will do my best to earn the respect of Iowans as well as validate the confidence of the governor,” Mosiman said in a press release. “David Vaudt provided an excellent service to Iowans in his role as the ‘Taxpayers’ Watchdog.’ I look forward to building on his efforts. Working with Iowa’s leaders to maintain sound budgeting principles, communicating state budget information, and providing all the necessary audit responsibilities will be my top priorities.”

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