About this blog

Joel D. Miller currently serves as Linn County Auditor.  He was first elected in February 2007, and re-elected in the 2008, 2012, and 2016 general elections.  His LinkedIn profile is here.

Why Twitter why blog?  In 2007, I explained my decision to use social media to inform the public.  Years later, Election Services, a division of the Auditor’s Office, adopted the motto:  Get Registered, Get Informed, and Get Voting.  If you’re reading this blog, you’re getting informed.

On 10/26/2019, the banner on this blog was changed to something other than a Flood photo.    Eleven plus years have passed since the Cedar River’s flood waters crested on 6/13/2008.  The photo showed flood waters surrounding the Linn County Public Service Center formerly known as the Administrative Office Building (AOB), now known as the Jean Oxley Linn County Public Service Center.  The photo is a reminder of what occurred and what could happen again if the County and City do not turn words into actions to prevent future flooding in Downtown Cedar Rapids.

Blog founded July 19, 2007.

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