Melissa Wilk is the Alameda County Auditor-Controller in California. She assumed office in 2019. Her current term ends on January 4, 2027.
|Alameda County Auditor-Controller in California
Melissa’s Political Career
Wilk won re-election for Alameda County Auditor-Controller in California outright in the primary on June 7, 2022, after the general election was canceled.
Nonpartisan primary for Alameda County Auditor-Controller
Incumbent Melissa Wilk won election outright in the primary for Alameda County Auditor-Controller on June 7, 2022.
Melissa Wilks Words on Her LinkedIn
“I am a dedicated leader with 20 years of financial management experience in County government and I am committed to the superior protection of official public records, and ensuring that through prudent fiscal stewardship and the highest level of accountability and transparency, that all County resources are spent, audited and reported based on the expectations of the citizens of Alameda County, and in accordance with the law.
I’m incredibly proud to be a member of the Alameda County team whose tireless dedication to strong fiscal stewardship has been rewarded with the prestigious “triple-triple” designation of AAA ratings from all three credit rating agencies. Alameda County is one of only two California counties to hold this distinction!”
Melissa Wilk won election outright against Irella Christina Blackwood in the primary for Alameda County Auditor-Controller on June 5, 2018.
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