way to go Dave, set a great example of integrity by endorsing in a primary for an open seat, something a statewide elected official almost never does, and then endorsing a candidate whose books your office is responsible for auditing.
You don't allow the people who work for you to so much as put a sign on their lawn to support a political candidate whose books you'll be responsible for auditing but then you go ahead and stick your nose in this election. Do as I say, not as I do, right Mr. Auditor?
Way to go Dave, flush all that integrity you worked so hard to build up the past 4 years, and for an over-the-hill, big-spending, old white guy. Dave helps put the "Old" in "Grand Old Party."
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