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Secretary of State to Return $200,000 to State

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz plans to return more than $200,000 to the state in unspent money from his budget. He says his ongoing efforts to reduce costs in his office resulted in less spending than his predecessors.

Schultz says finding efficiencies in technology, reducing staff, and consolidating management positions, allows him to return the money in July.

Schultz has been criticized by Democrats and voting rights advocates for paying the Iowa Division of Criminal investigation $250,000 over two years to investigate voter fraud. The money came from a federal grant designed to improve voting.

A spokesman for Schultz says the $200,000 is the current fiscal year savings but will continue in lower expenditures in future years.

Schultz, a Republican, is leaving after one term to run for Congress.

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