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Article IV, Section 1
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Composition; Number of Departments; Reorganization
(A) Composition. The executive branch shall consist of the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, commissioner of agriculture, commissioner of insurance, superintendent of education, commissioner of elections, and all other executive offices, agencies, and instrumentalities of the state.
(B) Number of Departments. Except for the offices of governor and lieutenant governor, all offices, agencies, and other instrumentalities of the executive branch and their functions, powers, duties, and responsibilities shall be allocated according to function within not more than twenty departments. The powers, functions, and duties allocated by this constitution to any executive office or commission shall not be affected or diminished by the allocation provided herein except as authorized by Section 20 of this Article.
(C) Reorganization. Reallocation of the functions, powers, and duties of all departments, offices, agencies, and other instrumentalities of the executive branch, except those functions, powers, duties, and responsibilities allocated by this constitution, shall be as provided by law.
To view the text on qualifications of the executive branch, elections and duties see Article IV of the Louisiana Constitution.
The following is a list of state executive offices in Louisiana.
- Attorney General of Louisiana
- Governor of Louisiana
- Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
- Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry
- Louisiana Commissioner of Insurance
- Louisiana Executive Director of the Workforce Commission
- Louisiana Public Service Commission
- Louisiana Secretary of Natural Resources
- Louisiana Secretary of State
- Louisiana State Treasurer
- Louisiana Superintendent of Education
Note: First appointed or First elected will include a date depending on if the officeholder was appointed or elected.
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