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Riverside County Auditor-Controller

Paul Angulo is Riverside County's top fiscal officer. He was elected Riverside County's Auditor-Controller in 2010, taking on the express challenge of restoring an office that had been called the poster child of failed governance. In his first term, Angulo radically transformed the office through his expert leadership and management proficiency -- a transformation so thorough prompting one senior official to borrow a line from Mordecai in the movie High Plains Drifter asking, "Who are you?!" Angulo was re-elected in 2014 to a second term that continues to be the epicenter of change.

Paul Angulo started his career serving in the US Army (active duty 1971-1974). He enlisted shortly after graduating from high school. After being honorably discharged from the military, he worked his way through college acquiring ten years of college-level and post-graduate-level study. He graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelors degree in Political Science and from the University of Redlands with a Masters degree in Management. Angulo is a certified public accountant (CPA). He is also an alumnus of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State and Local Government course and Harvard Law School's Negotiation Institute. Paul continues to work with experts in the field of governance, law and operational strategy to advance the cause of his constituents, restore the office from the serial blunder agency it had become, and deliver results. "The taxpayers are tired of the broken government and want results, not excuses," said Angulo. "I promise to do everything within my power to improve the office and leave it a better place that is more reponsive to stakeholder needs."

Paul Angulo is a results-driven executive who gets the job done.

Of 3,144 counties in the USA, Riverside County is the 10th largest, with a population of nearly 2-1/2 million residents and a geographic size the area of New Jersey. Angulo leads the oversight of the taxpayer's $12 billion in operational assets, produces $1.4 billion annual payroll and apportions more than $3 billion to K-14 schools, cities and special districts. In addition to statutory oversight, he leads the day-to-day fiscal management of the county.

Top Priorities
•    Continue to strengthen fiscal oversight
•    Increase operational capacity
•    Continue driving performance and deliver results



Paul Angulo, CPA
Riverside County Auditor-Controller
United States of America

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"I enlisted in the US Army shortly after graduating from high school. Unfortunately soldiers were not respected during the Vietnam War when I served. I put that derision aside because I loved my country.  I was proud then, as I am today, to have served our great nation."
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