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Oregon State Treasurer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oregon State Treasurer
Seal of Oregon.svg
Great Seal of the State of Oregon
Details of Office
Type:Partisan
Selection:Statewide election
Term:4 years
Authority:Constitutional
Established:1843
Incumbent
Tobias Read 2017.jpg
Name:Tobias Read
Party:Democratic
Term start:January 3, 2017

The Oregon State Treasurer is a constitutional officer within the executive branch of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon, elected by statewide vote to serve a four-year term. As chief financial officer for the state, the office holder heads the Oregon State Treasury, and with the Governor and Secretary of State, serves on the Land Board.

The current state treasurer is Tobias Read, who was elected in 2016, and is running for reelection in 2020.

Divisions

  • Finance Division - acts as the central bank for all state agencies and is the largest financial institution in the state.
  • Investment Division - manages the portfolio of investments for the state's funds.
  • Debt Management Division - coordinates bonds issued by the state and its agencies, and monitors relevant markets and economic trends.
  • Information Services Division - responsible for the Treasury's technological infrastructure.
  • Executive Division - develops economic policy through strategic planning, legislative initiatives; performs the department's administrative functions, and publishes all Treasury reports.[1]

List of Oregon treasurers

Provisional treasurers

Those who served as the Treasurer of the Provisional Government of Oregon prior to the creation of the Oregon Territory.[2][3]

Image Name Years Notes
William H. Gray of Oregon.png
William H. Gray March 1, 1843 – July 5, 1843 Elected during the Champoeg Meetings
William H. Willson July 5, 1843 – May 14, 1844 Elected during the Champoeg Meetings
Philip Foster.jpg
Philip Foster July 2, 1844 – July 7, 1845 Elected by the general public
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Francis Ermatinger July 7, 1845 – March 3, 1846 Elected by the general public, elected by the Provisional Legislature, resigned
John H. Couch.png
John H. Couch March 4, 1846 – September 27, 1847 Appointed, elected by the Provisional Legislature, resigned
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William K. Kilbourne October 11, 1847 – September 28, 1849 Appointed, elected by the Provisional Legislature on February 13, 1849

Territorial treasurers

Those who served as the Treasurer of the Oregon Territory.[2][3]

Image Name Years Notes
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James Taylor September 27, 1849 – January 21, 1851 Elected by the Oregon Territorial Legislature
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Levi A. Rice January 21, 1851 – September 22, 1851 Elected by the Oregon Territorial Legislature, resigned
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William W. Buck September 27, 1851 – December 16, 1851 Appointed
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John D. Boon December 16, 1851 – January 24, 1855 Elected by the Oregon Territorial Legislature
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Nathaniel H. Lane January 24, 1855 – January 10, 1856 Elected by the Oregon Territorial Legislature
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John D. Boon January 10, 1856 – March 3, 1859 Elected by the Oregon Territorial Legislature

State treasurers

The individuals who have served as state treasurer since its admission to the Union are listed on the table below. Except where noted, treasurers were elected on a statewide ballot and served one or more full terms.[3]

# Image Name Party Term
1
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John D. Boon Democratic March 3, 1859 –
September 8, 1862
2
No image.svg
Edwin N. Cooke Republican September 8, 1862 –
September 12, 1870
3
No image.svg
Louis Fleischner Democratic September 12, 1870 –
September 14, 1874
4
No image.svg
A. H. Brown Democratic September 14, 1874 –
September 9, 1878
5
No image.svg
Edward Hirsch Republican September 9, 1878 –
January 10, 1887
6
No image.svg
G. W. Webb Democratic January 10, 1887 –
January 12, 1891
7
No image.svg
Phil Metschan Republican January 12, 1891 –
January 9, 1899
8
No image.svg
Charles S. Moore Republican January 9, 1899 –
January 14, 1907
9
George A. Steel.png
George A. Steel Republican January 15, 1907 –
January 3, 1911
10
Thomas Benjamin Kay.jpg
Thomas B. Kay Republican January 4, 1911 –
January 6, 1919
11
OPHoff.jpg
O. P. Hoff Republican January 6, 1919 –
March 18, 1924 [4]
12
Souvenir of Western Women 0029 Jefferson Myers.png
Jefferson Myers Democratic March 18, 1924 –
January 4, 1925[5]
13
Thomas Benjamin Kay.jpg
Thomas B. Kay Republican January 4, 1925 –
April 29, 1931[4]
14
Rufus Holman.jpg
Rufus C. Holman Republican May 1, 1931 –
December 27, 1938[5][6][7]
15
No image.svg
Walter E. Pearson Democratic December 27, 1938 –
January 6, 1941[5]
16
No image.svg
Leslie M. Scott Republican January 6, 1941 –
January 3, 1949
17
No image.svg
Walter J. Pearson Democratic January 3, 1949 –
January 5, 1953
18
No image.svg
Sig Unander Republican January 5, 1953 –
December 31, 1959[7]
19
No image.svg
Howard C. Belton Republican January 4, 1960 –
January 4, 1965
20
Robert William "Bob" Straub in 1968 running for State Treasurer, from- Marion County Voters' Pamphlet, 1968 (page 52 crop).jpg
Robert W. Straub Democratic January 4, 1965 –
January 1, 1973
21
Jim Redden.jpg
James A. Redden Democratic January 1, 1973 –
January 3, 1977
22
Clay Myers.jpg
Clay Myers Republican January 3, 1977 –
April 1, 1984[7]
23
Bill Rutherford.jpg
Bill Rutherford Republican April 1, 1984 –
July 9, 1987[5][7]
24
Tony Meeker.jpg
Tony Meeker Republican July 9, 1987 –
January 4, 1993[5][6]
25
Jim Hill.jpg
Jim Hill Democratic January 4, 1993 –
January 1, 2001[8]
26
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Randall Edwards Democratic January 1, 2001 –
January 4, 2009
27
Ben Westlund 2009.JPG
Ben Westlund Democratic January 5, 2009 –
March 7, 2010[4]
28
Ted Wheeler portrait.jpg
Ted Wheeler Democratic March 9, 2010 –
January 1, 2017[5]
29
Tobias Read 2017.jpg
Tobias Read Democratic January 3, 2017 –
present

References

  1. ^ "About Us". Oregon State Treasury (official website). Oregon State Treasurer. 2006. Archived from the original (web page) on 2006-12-01. Retrieved 2006-12-03.
  2. ^ a b Carey, Charles Henry. (1922). History of Oregon. Pioneer Historical Publishing Co.
  3. ^ a b c "Treasurers of Oregon" (webpage). Oregon Blue Book. Oregon Secretary of State. 2006. Retrieved 2006-12-03.
  4. ^ a b c Died in office.
  5. ^ a b c d e f Appointed by Governor to fill vacancy.
  6. ^ a b Elected to full term after appointment.
  7. ^ a b c d Resigned.
  8. ^ "Incumbent advantage isn't a sure thing in '06". statesmanjournal.newspapers.com. Statesman Journal. April 30, 2006. pp. 1-2 A. Retrieved April 29, 2018.closed access

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