State Auditor Tera Klutz announces re-election campaign
Auditor of State Tera Klutz announced her bid for re-election earlier this week, surrounded by supporters at an event in Indianapolis. Klutz, the first CPA to hold the position of Auditor, is seeking her second full term and will be on the ballot in November 2022.
“I’m excited to launch our campaign for another term in the auditor’s office. We’ve had great success modernizing and streamlining the office to better serve Hoosiers, but there is still more work to be done. I’m asking Hoosiers to trust our team with another four years and let us keep delivering the results taxpayers have come to expect from our team,” Klutz said.
Successes under Klutz’s leadership include Indiana earning national recognition for improved government transparency, managing Indiana’s financial systems throughout the pandemic, and improved efficiencies and cost saving measures in the state’s bill paying process. The State of Indiana has maintained a Triple A credit rating from all rating agencies throughout Klutz’s term. Auditor Klutz has prioritized recruiting more CPAs onto the auditor’s team and continues to prioritize the safety and security of taxpayer funds.
“Hoosiers have seen the difference the first CPA to hold the auditor’s office has made. Tera Klutz is a great auditor for the State of Indiana and I’m thrilled she’s gearing up to run for another term. The Indiana Republican Party looks forward to supporting her efforts and helping her win another four years,” said Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer.
Delegates to the 2022 Indiana Republican Convention will vote on the nominee for auditor, with the winner being on the ballot for the General Election in November. In 2018, Tera Klutz was unanimously nominated and cruised to a 15 point victory in the general election that November.