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{{Oklahoma SEO infobox}}{{tnr}}The '''Treasurer of the State of Oklahoma''' is the chief financial officer of the government of [[Oklahoma]].
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{{Oklahoma SEO infobox}}{{tnr}}The '''Oklahoma Treasurer''' is an elected position in the [[Oklahoma]] state government. The [[Treasurer|treasurer]] is the chief financial officer of the state and acts as the state banker. The treasurer's office is responsible for managing the state's money, investments, pay offs of bond interest and loans, and the state's unclaimed property program.
  
The [[Treasurer|treasurer]] is responsible for managing the state's money and acts as the state's banker. The office manages that state's investments, disperses state funds as needed, pays off bond interest and loans and administers and keeps track of unclaimed property within the state.
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===Current officeholder==
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The current treasurer of Oklahoma is [[Ken Miller]].
  
The treasurer is elected every four years.
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==Authority==
  
The current treasurer of Oklahoma is [[Ken Miller]].
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==Qualifications==
  
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==Elections==
 
On March 14, 2011, the [[Oklahoma State Senate]] approved a bill that would give the governor the power to appoint 7 of the 11 statewide elected officials, including the treasurer.  The Senate would have to confirm all appointments.  Voters will decide whether to approve the measure.<ref>[http://www.kfor.com/news/sns-ap-ok-xgr--governorappointees,0,5324911.story ''KFOR,'' "Okla voters could decide to expand governor's power to appoint current elected officials," March 14, 2011]</ref>
 
On March 14, 2011, the [[Oklahoma State Senate]] approved a bill that would give the governor the power to appoint 7 of the 11 statewide elected officials, including the treasurer.  The Senate would have to confirm all appointments.  Voters will decide whether to approve the measure.<ref>[http://www.kfor.com/news/sns-ap-ok-xgr--governorappointees,0,5324911.story ''KFOR,'' "Okla voters could decide to expand governor's power to appoint current elected officials," March 14, 2011]</ref>
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===Term limits===
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==Vacancies==
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==Duties==
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==Divisions==
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==Compensation==
  
 
==Contact Information==
 
==Contact Information==
Oklahoma State Treasurer's Office<br>
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'''Oklahoma State Treasurer's Office'''<br>
 
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 217<br>
 
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 217<br>
Oklahoma City, OK 73105  
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Oklahoma City, OK 73105<br>
  
Phone: (405) 521-3191
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'''Phone:''' (405) 521-3191
  
 
==See also==
 
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==External links==
 
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*[http://www.ok.gov/treasurer/ The Office of the Oklahoma State Treasurer]
 
*[http://www.ok.gov/treasurer/ The Office of the Oklahoma State Treasurer]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
*[http://www.ok.gov/treasurer/Inside_the_Office/index.html ''The Office of the Oklahoma State Treasurer'', Inside the Office]
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[[Category:Oklahoma state executive offices]]

Revision as of 15:04, 27 September 2011

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The Oklahoma Treasurer is an elected position in the Oklahoma state government. The treasurer is the chief financial officer of the state and acts as the state banker. The treasurer's office is responsible for managing the state's money, investments, pay offs of bond interest and loans, and the state's unclaimed property program.

=Current officeholder

The current treasurer of Oklahoma is Ken Miller.

Authority

Qualifications

Elections

On March 14, 2011, the Oklahoma State Senate approved a bill that would give the governor the power to appoint 7 of the 11 statewide elected officials, including the treasurer. The Senate would have to confirm all appointments. Voters will decide whether to approve the measure.[1]

Term limits

Vacancies

Duties

Divisions

Compensation

Contact Information

Oklahoma State Treasurer's Office
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 217
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: (405) 521-3191

See also

External links

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