Vaudt won't be governor, but he still wants to be heard

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Iowa State Auditor David Vaudt says he won't be running for governor in 2010. In a way, that's disappointing, since Vaudt has been one of the few high-level officials to acknowledge the huge fiscal troubles that Iowa is having. But Vaudt says he will run for re-election to the auditor's office, where he can continue to make noise (as he does in a recent video) about the way the government is running up debts it has no reasonable way of paying. Iowa's government is spending more while bringing in less and without a plan to knock that off, the state's future growth is in trouble.

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