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Massachusetts State Treasurer

The Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts (commonly called the "treasurer") is an executive officer, elected state-wide every four years.

The Treasurer oversees the Office of Abandoned Property, the State Retirement Board, the Office of Cash Management, the Office of Debt Management, the lottery, the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, the Pension Reserves Investment Management Board, the Water Pollution Abatement Trust, the office of Financial Education Programs, and the office of Deferred Compensation. The Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General additionally performs the role of Chairman over the independent public authority known as the Massachusetts School Building Authority.[1]

The current Treasurer is Steve Grossman.

List of Treasurers and Receivers-General

# Treasurer and
Receiver-General
Party Years
1 [Henry Gardner] 1780–
1783
2 Thomas Ivers 1783–
1787
3 Alexander Hodgden 1787–
1792
4 Thomas Davis 1792–
1797
5 Peleg Coffin Federalist 1797–
1801
6 Jonathan Jackson Federalist 1802–
1806
7 Thomson J. Skinner Democratic-
Republican
1806–
1808
8 Josiah Dwight 1808–
1810
9 Thomas Harris 1810–
1811
10 Jonathan L. Austin Democratic-
Republican
1811–
1812
11 John T. Apthorp 1812–
1817
12 Daniel Sargent 1817–
1822
13 Nahum Mitchell Federalist 1822–
1827
14 Joseph Sewall 1827–
1832
15 Hezekiah Barnard 1832–
1837
16 David Wilder, Jr. Whig 1837–
1842
17 Thomas Russell 1842–
1843
18 John Mills 1843–
1844
19 Thomas Russell 1844–
1845
20 Joseph Barrett 1845–
1849
21 Ebenezer Bradbury Whig 1849–
1851
22 Charles B. Hall 1851–
1853
23 Jacob Loud 1853–
1855
24 Thomas J. Marsh 1855–
1856
25 Moses Tenney, Jr. Opposition 1856–
1861
26 Henry Kemble Oliver Republican 1861–
1866
27 Jacob H. Loud Republican 1866–
1871
28 Charles Adams, Jr. Republican 1871–
1876
29 Charles Endicott Republican 1876–
1881
30 100px Daniel A. Gleason Republican 1881–
1886
31 Alanson W. Beard Republican 1886–
1889
32 George A. Marden Republican 1889–
1894
33 Henry Phillips Republican 1894–
April 12, 1895
34 100px Edward P. Shaw Republican April 25, 1895–
1900
35 Edward S. Bradford Republican 1900–
1905
36 Arthur Chapin Republican 1905–
April 1, 1909
37 Elmer A. Stevens Republican April 7, 1909–
1914
38 Frederick Mansfield Democratic 1914–
1915
39 Charles L. Burrill Republican 1915–
1920
40 Fred J. Burrell Republican 1920–
September 3, 1920
Acting Albert P. Langtry (Acting)
Henry A. Wyman (Acting)
John R. Macumber (Acting) [2]
Republican September 4, 1920–
September 8, 1920
41 James Jackson Republican September 8, 1920–
1924
42 William S. Youngman Republican 1924–
1928
43 John W. Haigis Republican 1928–
1930
44 Charles F. Hurley Democratic 1931–
1937
45 William E. Hurley Republican 1937–
1943
46 Francis X. Hurley Democratic 1943–
1945
47 John E. Hurley Democratic 1945–
1947
48 Laurence Curtis Republican 1947–
1949
49 John E. Hurley Democratic 1949–
July 5, 1952
50 Foster Furcolo Democratic July 5, 1952–
1955
51 John Francis Kennedy Democratic 1955–
1961
52 John T. Driscoll Democratic 1961–
1964
53 Robert Q. Crane Democratic 1964–
1991
54 Joseph D. Malone Republican 1991–
1999
55 Shannon P. O'Brien Democratic 1999–
2003
56 Tim Cahill Democratic 2003–
July 2009
Independent July 2009–
2011
57 Steve Grossman Democratic January 2011–
present

References

See also

External links

  • Official site, via Mass.gov
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