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Former Auditor General DePasquale Mulls AG Run in 2024

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Then-Auditor General Eugene DePasquale speaks during a press conference in 2020.

Former state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has come home to Pittsburgh, where his grandfather was a Pittsburgh City Councilor. But WESA's Chris Potter reports that the former York County state legislator is weighing a run for attorney general in 2024.

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(Original air-date: 12/29/22)

Nearly three decades after leaving home for college, Chris Potter now lives four miles from the house he grew up in -- a testament either to the charm of the South Hills or to a simple lack of ambition. In the intervening years, Potter held a variety of jobs, including asbestos abatement engineer and ice-cream truck driver. He has also worked for a number of local media outlets, only some of which then went out of business. After serving as the editor of Pittsburgh City Paper for a decade, he covered politics and government at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He has won some awards during the course of his quarter-century journalistic career, but then even a blind squirrel sometimes digs up an acorn.