Kentucky State Treasurer

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The Kentucky State Treasurer is elected every 4 years. The treasurer, who can serve two terms, acts as the state's chief elected fiscal officer.[1] The salary of the state treasurer is $110,000 a year. The current treasurer is Todd Hollenbach, a Democrat in his second term.

The treasurer's duties include:

List of Kentucky State Treasurers[edit]

Name Term start Term end
John Logan 1792 1807
David Logan 1807 1808
John P. Thomas 1808 1818
Samuel South 1818 1824
James Davidson 1824 1849
Richard Curd Wintersmith 1849 1857
James H. Garrard 1847 1865
Mason Brown 1865 1967
James W. Tate 1867 1888
Stephen G. Sharpe 1888 1890
Henry S. Hale 1890 1895
George W. Long 1896 1900
Walter R. Day 1900 1900
Samuel Wilber Hager 1900 1904
Henry M. Bosworth 1904 1908
Edwin Farley 1908 1912
Thomas S. Rhea 1912 1916
Sherman Goodpaster 1916 1920
James A. Wallace 1920 1924
Edward Blan Dishman 1924 1928
Emma Guy Cromwell 1928 1932
Elam Huddleston 1932 1936
John E. Buckingham 1936 1940
Ernest E. Shannon 1940 1944
Thomas W. Vinson 1944 1948
Edward F. Seiller 1948 1949
Pearl Frances Runyon 1949 1956
Henry H. Carter 1956 1960
Thelma Stovall 1960 1964
Emerson "Doc" Beauchamp 1964 1968
Thelma Stovall 1968 1972
Drexell R. Davis 1972 1976
Frances Jones Mills 1976 1980
Drexell R. Davis 1980 1984
Frances Jones Mills 1984 1988
Robert Mead 1988 1992
Frances Jones Mills 1992 1996
John Kennedy Hamilton 1996 2000
Jonathan Miller 2000 2008
Todd Hollenbach 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kentucky Treasurer Website

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