Early voting starts Monday for the November 4th elections. But before you head to the polls, KUT wants to make sure you know what you're voting on. Not only on who's running, but on what the office they're running for actually does. To do just that, All Things Considered host Nathan Bernier is going to spend the rest of the week talking with KUT's political reporter Ben Philpott. Ben: I guess we should start with how the office is pronounced. Some people hit the letters M and P when they say " Comptroller." Others pronounce it like the word " Controller." The state's spelling, Comptroller, comes from the Old English spelling. When American governments were getting set up, they often took the Old English spelling. But what about the pronunciation?