Former Pa. Auditor General Eugene Depasquale met with Adams County Democrats on Tuesday evening at the committee headquarters in Gettysburg.
Depasquale stopped by on his tour of every county in the commonwealth to hear local concerns as he considers a run for attorney general.
Depasquale spoke of his accomplishments as auditor general. He pointed out that during his tenure he made sure a backlog of nearly 3,000 rape kits was tested. Through audits, he claims to have saved taxpayers $2 billion in state government waste, and also found 58,000 unanswered phone calls at the child abuse hotline.