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Massachusetts State Auditor

State Auditor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Incumbent
Suzanne Bump
since January 19, 2011
Style Her Honor
Term length Four years
Inaugural holder David Wilder, Jr.
Formation 1849
Website //auditor.gov.masswww

The Massachusetts State Auditor is a statewide elected office in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts responsible for conducting financial, performance, and technical assessments of state programs, departments, agencies, authorities, contracts, and vendors. The current auditor is Suzanne Bump.

List of state auditors of Massachusetts

# Auditor Picture Term Party
1 David Wilder, Jr. 1849-1854 Whig
2 Joseph Mitchell 1854-1855
3 Stephen N. Gifford 1855-1856 Whig
4 Chandler R. Ranson 1856-January 20, 1858
5 Charles White January 20, 1858-1861
6 Levi Reed 1861-December 20, 1865 Republican
7 Julius L. Clarke December 1865-1866 Republican
8 Henry S. Briggs 1866-1870 Republican
9 Charles Endicott 1871–1876 Republican
10 Julius L. Clarke 1876-May 5, 1879 Republican
11 Charles R. Ladd May 5, 1879-1891 Republican
12 William D. T. Trefry 1891-1892 Democratic
13 John W. Kimball 1892-1901 Republican
14 Henry E. Turner 1901-1911 Republican
15 John E. White July 6, 1911-1914 Republican
16 Frank H. Pope 1914-1915 Democratic
15 Alonzo B. Cook 1915-1931 Republican
16 Francis X. Hurley 1931–1935 Democratic
17 Thomas H. Buckley 1935–1941 Democratic
18 Thomas J. Buckley 1941–September 10, 1964 Democratic
19 Thaddeus M. Buczko September 24, 1964–1981 Democratic
20 John J. Finnegan 1981-1987 Democratic
21 A. Joseph DeNucci 1987-2011 Democratic
22 Suzanne Bump 2011- Democratic

External links

  • Official site
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