Comparison of gubernatorial salaries

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The tables below show a comparison of gubernatorial salaries from 2012 and 2013 across all 50 states according to the Book of the States 2012 and 2013. The Council of State Governments, a non-profit organization sponsored by state governments, collects the salary data through an annual survey.[1]

See also: Comparison of lieutenant gubernatorial salaries
Compensation of state executive officers
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State Salary Rank
Alabama $119,950 32
Alaska $145,000 19
Arizona $95,000 46
Arkansas $86,890 49
California $173,987 6
Colorado $90,000 48
Connecticut $150,000 12
Delaware $171,000 7
Florida $130,273 26
Georgia $139,339 24
Hawaii $117,312 33
Idaho $117,000 34
Illinois $177,412 3
Indiana $111,688 37
Iowa $130,000 27
Kansas $99,636 45
Kentucky $151,970 11
Louisiana $130,000 27
Maine $70,000 50
Maryland $150,000 12
Massachusetts $139,832 23
Michigan $159,300 10
Minnesota $120,303 31
Mississippi $122,160 30
Missouri $133,821 25
Montana $108,167 40
Nebraska $105,000 42
Nevada $149,573 16
New Hampshire $113,834 36
New Jersey $175,000 4
New Mexico $110,000 38
New York $179,000 2
North Carolina $141,265 22
North Dakota $116,999 35
Ohio $148,886 17
Oklahoma $147,000 18
Oregon $93,600 47
Pennsylvania $187,256 1
Rhode Island $129,210 29
South Carolina $106,078 41
South Dakota $100,972 44
Tennessee $178,356 8
Texas $150,000 12
Utah $109,470 39
Vermont $142,542 21
Virginia $175,000 4
Washington $166,891 9
West Virginia $150,000 12
Wisconsin $144,423 20
Wyoming $105,000 42

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For a more detailed explanation about the governor's compensation, click the state.

State Salary Rank
Alabama $120,936 31
Alaska $145,000 18
Arizona $95,000 46
Arkansas $86,890 49
California $173,987 6
Colorado $90,000 48
Connecticut $150,000 12
Delaware $171,000 7
Florida $130,273 26
Georgia $139,339 24
Hawaii $117,312 33
Idaho $115,348 34
Illinois $177,412 3
Indiana $107,881 40
Iowa $130,000 27
Kansas $99,636 44
Kentucky $151,643 11
Louisiana $130,000 27
Maine $70,000 50
Maryland $150,000 12
Massachusetts $139,832 22
Michigan $159,300 10
Minnesota $120,303 32
Mississippi $122,160 30
Missouri $133,821 25
Montana $108,167 39
Nebraska $105,000 42
Nevada $141,000 21
New Hampshire $113,834 35
New Jersey $175,000 4
New Mexico $110,000 37
New York $179,000 2
North Carolina $139,590 23
North Dakota $110,283 36
Ohio $148,886 16
Oklahoma $147,000 17
Oregon $93,600 47
Pennsylvania $183,255 1
Rhode Island $129,210 29
South Carolina $106,078 41
South Dakota $98,031 45
Tennessee $170,340 8
Texas $150,000 12
Utah $109,470 38
Vermont $142,542 20
Virginia $175,000 4
Washington $166,891 9
West Virginia $150,000 12
Wisconsin $144,423 19
Wyoming $105,000 42

Notes

  • 46 states subsidize their governor's travel.
  • 44 states have an official gubernatorial residence.

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