City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero files for reelection
Portland City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero filed for re-election on Monday. No one has yet announced against her.
Hull Caballero was first elected to the office in 2014. During her first term, she led an effort to increase the independence of the Auditor's Office that referred to the ballot by the City Council and approved by 86 percent of the voters in last May.
In her filing statement, Hull said her priorities for her second term include building on that support to finish implementing the changes voters approved, as well as continuing to improve the communication of results of audits and investigations to the public. She also want to ensuring that the City of Portland is equitable, effective and efficient in the delivery of its services.
Before being elected, Hull Caballero was a principal management auditor at Metro. She previously worked as a senior internal auditor at the Oregon Department of Transportation. Before entering the auditing field, Hull Caballero co-founded and managed a public policy leadership development organization and was a newspaper reporter in Texas.
Hull Caballero holds a Master's Degree in Public Policy andManagement from Carnegie Mellon University. She received her undergraduate degree in Communication from Lewis and Clark College. Hull Caballero is a Certified Internal Auditor and a Certified Government Auditing Professional. She lives in northeast Portland with her husband, Raymond Caballero.