Colorado State Treasurer

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Treasurer of the
State of Colorado
Incumbent
Walker Stapleton

since January 11, 2011
Colorado Department of the Treasury
Term length Four years
Website www.colorado.gov/treasury/

The Treasurer of the State of Colorado is one of the five elected officials of the U.S. state of Colorado. (The other four elected Colorado state officials are the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, and the Attorney General.) The State Treasurer is responsible for managing the Colorado State Treasury and the Colorado Department of the Treasury, a principal department of the Colorado state government. The Colorado State Treasury currently manages a pool of investments worth about $6,000,000,000.

The current Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton was elected on November 2, 2010 for a four-year term beginning on January 11, 2011 and reelected for a second term on November 4, 2014.

List of Colorado Treasurers[edit]

Treasurer of the Territory of Colorado Political party Order Term of Service
George T. Clark Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 1st 1861–1864
Alexander W. Atkins Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 2nd 1864–1866
Alexander Cameron Hunt Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 3rd 1866
John Wanless Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 4th 1866–1867
Columbus Nuckolls Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 5th 1867–1870
George T. Clark Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 6th 1870–1874
David H. Moffat Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 7th 1874–1876
Frederick Z. Solomon Appointed by the Governor of Colorado Territory 8th 1876
Treasurer of the State of Colorado Political party Order Term of Service
George C. Corning 1st 1876–1879
Nathan C. Culver 2nd 1879–1880
W. C. Sanders 3rd 1881–1882
Fred Walsen 4th 1883–1884
George R. Swallow 5th 1885–1886
Peter W. Breene 6th 1887–1888
William Brisbane 7th 1889–1890
James N. Carlile 8th 1891–1892
Albert Nance 9th 1893–1894
Harry E. Mulnix 10th 1895–1896
George W. Kephart 11th 1897–1898
John H. Fesler 12th 1899–1900
James N. Chipley 13th 1901–1902
Whitney Newton 14th 1903–1904
John A. Holmbert 15th 1905–1906
Alfred E. Bent 16th 1907–1908
W. J. Galligan 17th 1909–1910
Roady Kenehan 18th 1911–1912
M. A. Leddy 19th 1913–1914
Allison Stocker 20th 1915–1916
Robert H. Higgins 21st 1917–1918
Harry E. Mulnix 22nd 1919–1920
Arthur Strong 23rd 1921–1922
Harry E. Mulnix 24th 1923–1924
W. D. MacGinnis 25th 1925–1926
Harry E. Mulnix 26th 1927
Herbert Fairall 27th 1928
W. D. MacGinnis 28th 1929–1930
John M. Jackson 29th 1931–1932
Homer Bedford Democrat 30th 1933–1934
Charles Armstrong Republican 31st 1935–1936
Homer Bedford Democrat 32nd 1937–1938
Charles Armstrong Republican 33rd 1939–1940
Homer Bedford Democrat 34th 1941–1942
Leon Lavington Republican 35th 1943–1944
Homer Bedford Democrat 36th 1945–1946
Rodney Anderson Republican 37th 1947–1948
Homer Bedford Democrat 38th 1949–1950
Earl E. Ewing Republican 39th 1951–1952
Homer Bedford Democrat 40th 1953–1954
Earl E. Ewing Republican 41st 1955–1956
Homer Bedford Democrat 42nd 1957–1958
Tim Armstrong Democrat 43rd 1959–1962
Homer Bedford Democrat 44th 1963–1966
Virginia Blue Republican 45th 1967–1970
Julia Swearingen Republican 46th 1970
Palmer Burch Republican 47th 1971–1974
Sam Brown Democrat 48th 1975–1977
Roy Romer Democrat 49th 1977–1987
Gail Schoettler Democrat 50th 1987–1995
Bill Owens Republican 51st 1995–1999
Mike Coffman Republican 52nd 1999–2005
Mark Hillman Republican 53rd 2005
Mike Coffman Republican 54th 2006
Cary Kennedy Democrat 55th 2007–2010
Walker Stapleton Republican 56th 2011–present

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