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North Carolina State Auditor

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The North Carolina State Auditor is a statewide elected office in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The State Auditor is responsible for overseeing and reviewing the financial accounts of all state government agencies. The position is currently held by Beth Wood.

Although the position of state auditor dates back at least to 1862, the Office of the State Auditor was created by the North Carolina Constitution of 1868, by which it became an elected office. Prior to 1862, the North Carolina General Assembly appointed state comptrollers and boards of auditors in various parts of the state.[1]

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At first you you think, "OK, we're going dumpster diving." But do Iwant to see all this gooey trash that's left over and waste that people just throw in the dumpster but don't think about it afterwards? Once you get to the bin, you kind of see how much stuff people just throw away and not think twice about it. Students in the LEED Laboratory Course are sorting waste from Nelson Hall, which is a five-story office building with a cafe in it. So this is considered a recyclable item that could be diverted from the landfill. We're categorizing that waste and weighing the waste so that we can collect data about the waste that is generated within the building and understand more about waste generated on campus. It's kind of interesting how many bags we piled up. Just cardboard alone, there had to be at least ten bags, about maybe fifteen pounds each. By collecting data about what's in the landfill stream and in the recycling stream, we can determine if more education is needed for the occupants of the building. We can also find out what materials could be recycled, because we have a lot of that material. We've got signs out here that say "Waste Audit in Progress." It starts to get people thinking about "Someone's going through my waste, and they're going to find out if I've been recycling or not." There's something psychological that happens there, and I think that that increases awareness about waste on campus.


List of North Carolina State Auditors

Auditors of Public Accounts

# Office Holder Term of Office Political Party
1 Samuel F. Phillips 1862–1864 Appointed, not elected
2 Richard H. Battle 1864–1865 Appointed, not elected

State Auditors

# Office Holder Term of Office Political Party
3 Henderson Adams 1868–1873 Republican[2]
4 John Reilly 1873–1877 Republican[3]
5 Samuel L. Love 1877–1881 Democratic[4]
6 William Paul Roberts 1881–1889 Democratic[5]
7 George W. Sandlin 1889–1893
8 Robert M. Furman 1893–1897 Democratic[6]
9 Hal W. Ayer 1897–1901 Populist[7]
10 Benjamin F. Dixon 1901–1910 Democratic[8]
11 Benjamin F. Dixon, Jr. 1910–1911 Democratic
12 William Wood 1911–1921 Democratic
13 Baxter Durham 1921–1937 Democratic
14 George Ross Pou 1937–1947 Democratic
15 Henry L. Bridges 1947–1981 Democratic
16 Edward Renfrow 1981–1993 Democratic
17 Ralph Campbell, Jr. 1993–2005 Democratic
18 Les Merritt 2005–2009 Republican
19 Beth Wood 2009–present Democratic


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