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Comptroller candidate stops in Quincy

Republican Comptroller candidate Darlene Senger speaks at Arnold, Behrens, Nesbit & Gray P.C. Wednesday afternoon.

Republican Comptroller candidate Darlene Senger spoke at Arnold, Behrens, Nesbit & Gray P.C. Wednesday afternoon.

She was accompanied by State Senator Jil Tracy and State Representative Randy Frese.

Senger and Republican Treasurer nominee Jim Dodge want to merge the Comptroller and Treasurer's offices.

The republicans say that merger could save the state between $12 and $14 million.

"Today with the systems we have there's checks and balances on everything. You don't see other states splitting into two offices. Today's environment and technology, it makes sense," Senger said.

Senger and Dodge want lawmakers to pass an amendment that would put the issue on the state ballot.

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