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New Mexico State Auditor

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

State Auditor of New Mexico
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Incumbent
Brian Colón

since January 1, 2019
Term lengthFour years
Formation1912
First holderWilliam Sargent
WebsiteAuditor of New Mexico
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
New Mexico

The State Auditor of New Mexico is an elected constitutional officer in the executive branch responsible for authorizing, performing, and supervising audits of state agencies and state and local entities.[1] The State Auditor is elected to a four-year term and is able to serve up to two consecutive terms; more terms may be served after one full term has intervened.[2]

The office is currently held by Brian Colón.

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Contents

List of State Auditors

# Name Took Office Left Office Party Years in Office
1 William Sargent 1912 1918 Republican 7[note 1]
2 Edward Sargent 1919 1920 Republican 2
3 Edward Safford 1921 1922 Republican 2
4 Juan Vigil 1923 1926 Democratic 4
5 Miguel Otero III 1927 1928 Republican 2
6 Victoriano Ulibarrí 1929 1930 Republican 2
7 Arsenio Velarde 1931 1934 Democratic 4
8 José García 1935 1938 Democratic 4
9 E. D. Trujillo 1939 1942 Democratic 4
10 J. D. Hannah 1943 1946 Democratic 4
11 E. D. Trujillo 1947 1950 Democratic 4
12 Robert Castner 1951 1954 Democratic 4
13 J. D. Hannah 1955 1957 Democratic 3[note 2]
14 Ben Chávez 1957 1958 Republican 2[note 3]
15 Robert Castner 1959 1962 Democratic 4
16 Alex Armijo 1963 1966 Democratic 4
17 Harold Thompson 1967 1970 Republican 4
18 Frank Olmstead 1971 1974 Democratic 4
19 Max Sánchez 1975 1978 Democratic 4[note 4]
20 Alvino Castillo 1978 1982 Democratic 5[note 5]
21 Albert Romero 1983 1986 Democratic 4
22 Harroll Adams 1987 1990 Democratic 4
23 Robert E. Vigil 1991 1998 Democratic 8
24 Domingo Martinez 1999 2006 Democratic 8
25 Hector Balderas 2007 2014 Democratic 8
26 Tim Keller 2015 2017 Democratic 3[note 6]
27 Wayne Johnson 2017 2019 Republican 1[note 7]
28 Brian Colón 2019 present Democratic 1

Notes

  1. ^ Since the first state election was in an odd-numbered year (1911), the term lasted five years.
  2. ^ Died in office in July 1957.
  3. ^ Appointed by Governor Mechem on August 12, 1957.
  4. ^ Resigned on April 11, 1978.
  5. ^ Appointed by Governor Apodaca in April 1978.
  6. ^ Resigned on November 30, 2017.
  7. ^ Appointed by Governor Martinez on December 1, 2017.

References

  1. ^ State of New Mexico (July 2012). Kathryn A. Flynn, ed. 2012 Centennial Blue Book (PDF). Diana J. Duran. Office of the New Mexico Secretary of State. pp. 230–231.
  2. ^ "About NMOSA". New Mexico Office of the State Auditor. Retrieved May 3, 2013.

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