State Treasurer of Arizona

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State Treasurer of Arizona
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Kimberly Yee

since January 7, 2019
Style The Honorable
Residence Phoenix, Arizona
Term length Four years, can succeed self once; eligible again after 4-year respite
DeputyMark Swenson

The state treasurer is the state of Arizona’s chief banker and investment officer. The Treasurer’s Office manages Arizona’s annual state revenues; directs the state’s banking services; and manages Arizona’s investment portfolio. The state treasurer also serves on the management boards of a number of public entities. The state treasurer is one of six statewide elected officials, and serves a term of four years. A person may only serve as state treasurer for two terms.

Arizona state of the United States of America

Arizona is a state in the southwestern region of the United States. It is also part of the Western and the Mountain states. It is the sixth largest and the 14th most populous of the 50 states. Its capital and largest city is Phoenix. Arizona shares the Four Corners region with Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico; its other neighboring states are Nevada and California to the west and the Mexican states of Sonora and Baja California to the south and southwest.

State treasurers

#NamePolitical PartyTerm of Office
1 David F. Johnson Democratic1912–1915
2 Mit Simms Democratic1915–1917
3 David F. Johnson Democratic1917–1919
4 Harry S. Ross Democratic1919–1921
5 Raymond R. Earhart Democratic1921–1923
6 Wayne Hubbs Democratic1923–1925
7 Vernon S. Wright Democratic1925–1927
8 J. C. Callaghan Democratic1927–1929
10 Charles R. Price Democratic1929–1931
11 Mit Simms Democratic1931–1933
12 W. M. Cox Democratic1933–1935
13 Mit Simms Democratic1935–1937
14 Harry M. Moore Democratic1937–1939
15 William G. Petersen Democratic1939–1941
16 Joe Hunt Democratic1941–1943
17 James D. Brush Democratic1943–1944
18 Alva E. Weaver Democratic1944–1945
19 William T. Brooks Democratic1945–1947
20 Mit Simms Democratic1947–1949
21 J. W. Kelly Democratic1949–1951
22 E. T. Williams, Jr. Democratic1951–1953
23 J. W. Kelly Democratic1953–1955
24 E. T. Williams, Jr. Democratic1955–1957
25 J. W. Kelly Democratic1957–1959
26 H. Y. Sprague Democratic1959–1960
27 John Quebedeaux Republican1960–1961
28 J. W. Kelly Democratic1961–1963
29 Milton J. Husky Democratic1963–1965
30 Bob Kennedy Democratic1965–1967
31 Charles H. Garland Republican1967–1969
32 Morris A. Herring Republican1969–1971
33 Ernest Garfield Republican1971–1973
34 Bart Fleming Republican1973–1979
35 Clark Dierks Republican1979–1983
36 Ray Rottas Republican1983–1991
37 Tony West Republican1991–1999
38 Carol Springer Republican1999–2003
39 David Petersen Republican2003–2006
40 Elliott Hibbs Republican2006–2007
41 Dean Martin Republican2007–2011
42 Doug Ducey Republican2011–2015
43 Jeff DeWit Republican2015–2018
44 Eileen Klein Republican2018–2019
45 Kimberly Yee Republican2019-Present

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