|Oct 22||—||Candidate Forum, Nebraska City High School|
|Oct 23||—||Be a Voter Rally, Highlander, 2112 N. 30th St., Omaha|
|Nov 6||—||General election, your chance to vote for Jane!|
Two vie for state auditor seat, Norfolk Daily News, Oct 18
Meet Jane Skinner, The Reader, Oct 11
"I want Janssen out", KETV inverview, Oct 11
The break Democratic challenger needs, Omaha World-Herald, Sept 29
Where's our state auditor?, Kearney Hub, Sept 26
Auditor's 3-hour lunches in sports bar, Omaha World-Herald, Sept 13
Record number of women running for office, KMTV interview, May 11
Audit uncovers theft in Jane's hometown, Omaha World-Herald, Apr 17
Omaha librarian to run for Auditor, Omaha World-Herald, Feb 3
Innovation: I want to bring my experience from working at the library to the auditor's office. From a more user-friendly website to ensuring staff is up-to-date on regulations, an office that prioritizes innovation will ensure best service to the citizens and ultimately save taxpayer money.
Integrity: The office of auditor needs to be independent from the political whims of the governor, and from petty partisanship. Communication with the public also needs to be increased, both through traditional methods such as press releases, and newer means like social media. Transparency will increase accountability.