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|President of the [[Oregon Senate|Senate]]
 
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|[http://sunshinereview.org/index.php/Oregon_state_government_salary $21,612]
 
|[http://sunshinereview.org/index.php/Oregon_state_government_salary $21,612]
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|[http://sunshinereview.org/index.php/Tennessee_state_government_salary $57,027]
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|[http://sunshinereview.org/index.php/West_Virginia_state_government_salary $20,000]
 
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Revision as of 12:59, 24 January 2014

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The tables below show a comparison of lieutenant 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 gubernatorial salaries
Compensation of state executive officers
Council of State Governments

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Governors
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Current Governors
Gubernatorial Elections
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Current Lt. Governors
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State 2012 Salary Rank
Alabama $134,592 5
Alaska $115,000 13
Arkansas $41,896 40
California $130,490 6
Colorado $68,500 34
Connecticut $110,000 18
Delaware $77,775 31
Florida $124,851 8
Georgia $91,609 22
Hawaii $114,420 15
Idaho $30,400 42
Illinois $135,669 4
Indiana $84,031 28
Iowa $103,212 21
Kansas $54,000 38
Kentucky $113,615 16
Louisiana $115,000 12
Maryland $125,000 7
Massachusetts $124,295 9
Michigan $111,510 17
Minnesota $78,197 29
Mississippi $61,714 35
Missouri $86,484 24
Montana $86,362 25
Nebraska $75,000 33
Nevada $60,000 37
New Jersey $141,000 3
New Mexico $85,000 27
New York $151,500 2
North Carolina $123,198 10
North Dakota $85,614 26
Ohio $78,041 30
Oklahoma $114,713 14
Pennsylvania $153,907 1
Rhode Island $108,808 19
South Carolina $46,545 39
South Dakota $120,000 11
Texas $7,200 43
Utah $104,000 20
Vermont $60,507 36
Virginia $36,321 41
Washington $91,129 23
Wisconsin $76,261 32

Governors
GovernorsLogo.jpg
Current Governors
Gubernatorial Elections
20142013201220112010
Current Lt. Governors
Lt. Governor Elections
20142013201220112010
Breaking news
For a more detailed explanation about the lieutenant governor's compensation, click the state.
State 2013 Salary Rank
Alabama $134,592 5
Alaska $115,000 12
Arkansas $41,896 40
California $130,490 6
Colorado $68,500 33
Connecticut $110,000 17
Delaware $78,533 28
Florida $124,851 8
Georgia $91,609 22
Hawaii $114,420 15
Idaho $35,100 42
Illinois $135,669 4
Indiana $85,881 26
Iowa $103,212 20
Kansas $54,000 38
Kentucky $115,593 11
Louisiana $115,000 13
Maryland $125,000 7
Massachusetts $124,295 10
Michigan $111,510 16
Minnesota $78,197 29
Mississippi $60,000 37
Missouri $86,484 24
Montana $86,362 25
Nebraska $75,000 32
Nevada $63,648 34
New Jersey $141,000 3
New Mexico $85,000 27
New York $151,500 2
North Carolina $124,676 9
North Dakota $90,828 23
Ohio $78,041 30
Oklahoma $114,713 14
Pennsylvania $157,293 1
Rhode Island $108,808 18
South Carolina $46,545 39
South Dakota $61,800 (part time) 35
Texas $7,200 43
Utah $104,000 19
Vermont $60,507 36
Virginia $36,321 41
Washington $93,948 21
Wisconsin $76,261 31

Notes

Seven states have either an ex officio lieutenant governor or an elected official who is allowed to use the title of Lieutenant Governor as an honorific. In these states, that office holder is first in line to succeed to Governor and takes on duties traditionally associated with a Lieutenant Governor.

State Ex offico officer 2012 Salary 2012 Rank 2013 Salary 2013 Rank
Arizona Secretary of State $90,000 1 $70,000 1
Maine President of the Senate $13,852-1st year, $9,661-2nd year 6 $13,852-1st year, $9,661-2nd year 6
New Hampshire President of the Senate $200 7 $200 7
Oregon President of the Senate $21,612 5 $21,936 3
Tennessee President of the Senate $20,203 4 $19,009 5
West Virginia President of the Senate $20,000 3 $20,000 4
Wyoming Secretary of State $150/day 2 $150/day 2



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