"Unless state Auditor Troy Kelley resigns first, the 2016 Legislature’s first order of business should be his impeachment.
Kelley has faced 10 federal felony charges since last April. Last month, the U.S. Justice Department filed more charges; he now faces 17. They range from large-scale theft to money laundering to tax evasion. All of them impugn his honesty and put the Auditor’s Office — which investigates financial malfeasance — under a cloud."
I continue to hear concerns about this issue from citizens and legislators across our state. It seems the impeachment effort is gaining traction.
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