Auditor candidates point to experience, background

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In the primary race to be Montana’s next state auditor, candidates from both parties are pointing to their background and experience as what separates them from their opponents.

The auditor’s office is open as Republican Auditor Matt Rosendale is not seeking re-election and instead running for the U.S. House.

The auditor’s office goes by a less-than-descriptive name. It’s a regulatory agency that oversees the insurance and securities industries with a consumer protection role when it comes to preventing fraud.

The office does things such as license insurance companies

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