Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner must be running for something again.
Recently re-elected to another four-year term as Auditor General, Wagner must have his sights set on running for governor or U.S. Senator in 2010 because he puts out more press releases than even the current governor.
Today, Wagner is appalled at the $854,000 in bonuses paid out by the agency that handles the retirement funds for Pennsylvania's teachers. The system showed $1.8 billion in investment losses so far this year, but is still handing out bonus money.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner, Troubled at PSERS' Bonuses, Renews Call for Elimination of Bonuses in State Government