Nevada State Treasurer Article

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The Nevada State Treasurer is an elected office in the U.S. state of Nevada. The Nevada State Treasurer is based in Carson City, Nevada. The Treasurer is elected to a four (4) year term and may serve for eight (8) years or two (2) terms under Nevada's term limits. [1] The current Treasurer, Dan Schwartz, was elected in the 2014 Nevada Elections and is currently serving his first term which ends in January 2019.

The Nevada State Treasurer serves on the following boards and committees:

  • Member of the State Board of Finance
  • Member of the Executive Branch Audit Committee
  • Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada

Divisions

  • College Savings
  • Debt Management
  • Investments
  • Millennium Scholarship
  • Other Programs
  • Pooled Collateral
  • State Treasurer
  • Unclaimed Property

List of State Treasurers

   Democratic (8)    Republican (13)    Silver (2)

# State Treasurers Party Term start Term end
1 Eben Rhodes   Republican 1864 1869
2 Christopher C. Batterman   Republican 1869 1871
3 Jerry Schooling   Democratic 1871 1879
4 Lyman L. Crockett   Republican 1879 1883
5 George Tufly   Republican 1883 1890
6 George W. Richard   Republican 1890 1891
7 John F. Egan   Republican 1891 1894
8 George W. Richard   Republican 1894 1895
9 William J. Westerfield   Silver 1895 1899
10 David M. Ryan   SilverDemocratic 1899 1911
11 William McMillan   Republican 1911 1915
12 Edward C. "Ed" Malley   Democratic 1915 1927
13 George B. Russell   Republican 1927 1935
14 Dan W. Franks   Democratic 1935 1963
15 Michael Mirabelli   Democratic 1963 1979
16 Stanton Colton   Democratic 1979 1983
17 Patricia Dillon Cafferata   Republican 1983 1987
18 Kenneth F. Santor   Republican 1987 1991
19 Bob Seale   Republican 1991 1999
20 Brian Krolicki   Republican 1999 2007
21 Kate Marshall   Democratic 2007 2015
22 Dan Schwartz   Republican 2015 present
23 Zach Conine   Democratic 2019 elect

References

  1. ^ "Nevada Constitution". Retrieved 2016-08-01.
  2. ^ "Ascensus and Wealthfront Pursuing Roboadvisor Solution in Nevada". Retrieved 2016-07-14.

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