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In Washington, the [[Governor of Washington|governor]], [[Lieutenant Governor of Washington|lieutenant governor]], [[Washington Secretary of State|secretary of state]], [[Washington Treasurer|treasurer]], [[Washington State Auditor|auditor]], [[Attorney General of Washington|attorney general]], [[Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction|superintendent of public instruction]], and [[Washington Commissioner of Public Lands|commissioner of public lands]] are elected every four years. Elections are held in November and winners assume office the following January, serving until their successors are elected and qualified.
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Washington elects their state executives in presidential years ([[Washington state executive official elections, 2012|2012]], 2016, and 2020).
  
 
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Revision as of 17:04, 9 December 2011

Washington

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The Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction is a state executive position in the Washington state government. The current officeholder is Randy Dorn.

Qualifications

Article 3, Section 25 of the state constitution establishes the qualifications of the office:

Qualifications, Compensation, Offices Which May Be Abolished. No person, except a citizen of the United States and a qualified elector of this state, shall be eligible to hold any state office...
  • a citizen of the United States
  • a qualified elector in Washington

Elections

In Washington, the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general, superintendent of public instruction, and commissioner of public lands are elected every four years. Elections are held in November and winners assume office the following January, serving until their successors are elected and qualified.

Washington elects their state executives in presidential years (2012, 2016, and 2020).

Compensation

Article III, Section 22 of the state constitution initially set the annual salary of the superintendent at $2,000 but allowed for the state legislature to increase it. In 2010, the superintendent was paid an estimated $121,618, according to the Council of State Governments.[1]

See also

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