Lieutenant Governor of Iowa

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This is a List of Lieutenant Governors of the U.S. state of Iowa, 1858 to present. In Iowa, the Lieutenant Governor and the governor run together on the same ticket. Before the 1998 Election, the law was changed from the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor running separately.[citation needed]

# Lt. Governor Took Office Left Office Party Governor(s) served under
1 Oran Faville 1858 1860 Republican Ralph P. Lowe
2 Nicholas J. Rusch 1860 1862 Samuel J. Kirkwood
3 John R. Needham 1862 1864
4 Enoch W. Eastman 1864 1866 William M. Stone
6 Benjamin F. Gue 1866 1868
7 John Scott 1868 1870 Samuel Merrill
8 Madison Miner Walden 1870 1871
9 Henry C. Bulis 1871 1874 Samuel Merrill
Cyrus C. Carpenter
10 Joseph Dysart 1874 1876 Cyrus C. Carpenter
11 Joshua G. Newbold 1876 1877 Samuel Kirkwood
12 Frank T. Campbell 1878 1882 John H. Gear
13 Orlando H. Manning 1882 1885 Buren R. Sherman
14 John A.T. Hull 1886 1890 William Larrabee
15 Alfred N. Poyneer 1890 1892 Horace Boies
16 Samuel L. Bestow 1892 1894 Democratic Horace Boies
17 Warren S. Dungan 1894 1896 Republican Frank D. Jackson
18 Matt Parrott 1896 1898 Francis M. Drake
19 James C. Milliman 1898 1902 Leslie M. Shaw
20 John Herriott 1902 1907 Albert B. Cummins
21 Warren Garst 1907 1908
22 George W. Clarke 1909 1913 Beryl F. Carroll
23 William L. Harding 1913 1917 George W. Clarke
24 Ernest Robert Moore 1917 1921 William L. Harding
25 John Hammill 1921 1925 N. E. Kendall
26 Clem F. Kimball 1925 1928 John Hammill
27 Arch W. McFarlane 1928 1933 John Hammill
Daniel Webster Turner
28 Nelson G. Kraschel 1933 1937 Democratic Clyde L. Herring
29 John K. Valentine 1937 1939 Nelson G. Kraschel
30 Bourke B. Hickenlooper 1939 1943 Republican George A. Wilson
31 Robert D. Blue 1943 1945 Bourke B. Hickenlooper
32 Kenneth A. Evans 1945 1951 Robert D. Blue
William S. Beardsley
33 William H. Nicholas 1951 1953 William S. Beardsley
34 Leo Elthon 1953 1957 William S. Beardsley
Leo A. Hoegh
35 William H. Nicholas 1957 1959 Herschel C. Loveless
36 Edward J. McManus 1959 1961 Democratic Herschel C. Loveless
37 W. L. Mooty 1961 1965 Norman A. Erbe (R)
Harold E. Hughes (D)
38 Robert D. Fulton 1965 1969 Harold E. Hughes
39 Roger Jepsen 1969 1972 Republican Robert D. Ray
40 Arthur A. Neu 1973 1979
41 Terry E. Branstad 1979 1983
42 Robert T. Anderson 1983 1987 Democratic Terry E. Branstad
43 Jo Ann Zimmerman 1987 1991 Terry E. Branstad
44 Joy Corning 1991 1999 Republican Terry E. Branstad
45 Sally Pederson 1999 2007 Democratic Tom Vilsack
46 Patty Judge 2007 2011 Democratic Chet Culver
47 Kim Reynolds 2011 Republican Terry E. Branstad

Living former lieutenant governors[edit]

As of August 2014, ten former lieutenant governors were alive, the oldest being Edward J. McManus (1959–1961, born 1920). The most recent death of a former lieutenant governor was that of W. L. Mooty (1961–1965), on June 16, 1992.

Lt. Governor Lt. Gubernatorial term Date of birth
Edward J. McManus 1959–1961 (1920-02-09) February 9, 1920 (age 94)
Robert D. Fulton 1965–1969 (1929-05-13) May 13, 1929 (age 85)
Roger Jepsen 1969–1973 (1928-12-23) December 23, 1928 (age 85)
Arthur A. Neu 1973–1979 (1933-02-09) February 9, 1933 (age 81)
Terry E. Branstad 1979–1983 (1946-11-17) November 17, 1946 (age 68)
Robert T. Anderson 1983–1987 (1945-03-08) March 8, 1945 (age 69)
Jo Ann Zimmerman 1987–1991 (1936-12-24) December 24, 1936 (age 77)
Joy Corning 1991–1999 (1932-09-07) September 7, 1932 (age 82)
Sally Pederson 1999–2007 (1951-01-13) January 13, 1951 (age 63)
Patty Judge 2007–2011 (1943-11-02) November 2, 1943 (age 71)