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The County of DuPage
Wheaton, Illinois
 

History of the County Auditor

The Office of the County Auditor was established by an act of the Illinois General Assembly in 1911, and except for Cook County, Illinois' largest counties have an elected County Auditor. The County Auditor is elected for a 4-year term, in the same general election as the President of the United States. DuPage County elected its first County Auditor in 1932, when the county's population reached 75,000. Since then, six persons have served as County Auditor. The current County Auditor, Bob Grogan, has held the office since December 1, 2008.

Past DuPage County Auditors

Jim Rasins

Jim Rasins

County Auditor

2000-2008

William Jacklin

William T. Jacklin

County Auditor

1973-2000

Henry Cheney

Henry C. Cheny

County Auditor

1972-1973

Leo La Fleur

Leo D. La Fleur

County Auditor

1960-1972

Robert Bradlee

Robert D. Bradlee

County Auditor

1932-1960