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Revision as of 15:55, 5 September 2012

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State Salary Notes Rank
Alabama $112,895 $40/day for travel under some circumstances. Additionally, a cost of living increase is scheduled for the in-coming governor in January 2011, which will raise salary to somewhere between $115,000 and $120,000.[1] 31
Alaska $125,000 Set by statute under Article 01. SALARIES, Sec. 39.20.010. Annual salary of governor. 25
Arizona $95,000 42
Arkansas $80,848 49
California $206,500 Former Governor Arnold Schwarzanegger declined to accept a salary. 1
Colorado $90,000 48
Connecticut $150,000 11
Delaware $132,500 22
Florida $132,932 21
Georgia $135,281 20
Hawaii $112,000 32
Idaho $105,560 36
Illinois $155,600 8
Indiana $95,000 42
Iowa $130,000 24
Kansas $105,889 35
Kentucky $137,506 18
Louisiana $95,000 42
Maine $70,000 50
Maryland $150,000 11
Massachusetts $140,535 16
Michigan $177,000 4
Minnesota $120,303 27
Mississippi $122,160 26
Missouri $120,087 28
Montana $96,462 41
Nebraska $105,000 38
Nevada $144,000 14
New Hampshire $188,990 2
New Jersey $175,000 5
New Mexico $110,000 33
New York $179,000 3
North Carolina $130,629 23
North Dakota $92,483 47
Ohio $144,830 13
Oklahoma $140,000 17
Oregon $93,600 46
Pennsylvania $164,396 7
Rhode Island $117,817 29
South Carolina $106,078 34
South Dakota $105,444 37
Tennessee $155,000 9
Texas $115,345 30
Utah $104,100 40
Vermont $143,957 15
Virginia $175,000 6
Washington $150,995 10
West Virginia $95,000 42
Wisconsin $137,092 19
Wyoming $105,000 39


Notes

46 states subsidize their governor's travel.

44 states have an official gubernatorial residence.

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