Crit Luallen (#718)
Former State Auditor Crit Luallen talks about her tenure in Frankfort and what she sees in the future for the commonwealth.
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Crit Luallen was twice elected state auditor of public accounts, serving from 2003-2011. She has said that she plans to seek elected office again.
Luallen, a Democrat, has served as state budget director, secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet, secretary of the Tourism Cabinet, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of the Arts, and special assistant to Kentucky Gov. Martha Layne Collins. She served as secretary of Gov. Paul Patton's Executive Cabinet for seven years before being elected auditor.
Luallen, a Frankfort native and graduate of Centre College in Danville, is descended from two 19th century Kentucky governors: John Jordan Crittenden and Luke P. Blackburn.
She serves on the Centre College Board of Trustees and in early 2012 was named a director of Community Trust Bank in Pikeville.
Luallen appeared on One to One in 2011 to discuss her successful treatment for colon cancer and to advocate for more screenings.