Natural Resources Commissioner
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List of Current Officeholders
Elected vs. appointed
Forty-eight states have a natural resources commissioner, with Wyoming and New Hampshire being the exceptions. The office is appointed either by the governor or a commission in 46 states, with elections for the position held in Texas and Washington.
No commissioner elections are scheduled for the 2015 electoral cycle.
One state held scheduled natural resources commissioner elections in 2014: Texas.
George P. Bush (R) won the seat on November 4, 2014.
One state held scheduled natural resources commissioner elections in the 2012 electoral cycle: Washington.
Incumbent Peter Goldmark (D) won re-election on November 6, 2012.
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