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Ohio State Treasurer

State Treasurer of Ohio
Seal of the State Treasurer of Ohio
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Incumbent
Josh Mandel

since January 10, 2011
Style The Honorable
Term length Four years, two term limit
Inaugural holder John Armstrong
1796
Formation Ohio Constitution
Salary $109,554
Website Office of the Treasurer

The treasurer of the U.S. State of Ohio is responsible for collecting and safeguarding taxes and fees, and managing state investments.[1] The Treasury was located in the Ohio Statehouse from 1861 to 1974, when it was moved to the Rhodes State Office Tower. The original office in the statehouse has been restored to its nineteenth-century appearance, and is used for ceremonial events.[1]

Before Ohio became a state, John Armstrong was Treasurer-General of the Northwest Territory from 1796 to 1803.[1] He was appointed to the post by the United States Congress. Under the first constitution of Ohio, 1803 to 1851, the state legislature appointed a treasurer.[1] Since the second constitution in 1852, the office has been elective.[1]

The current officeholder is Republican Josh Mandel, whose term expires January 12, 2019.

Contents

  • List of Ohio State Treasurers 1
  • Elections 2
    • 2014 2.1
    • 2010 2.2
    • 2006 2.3
    • 2002 2.4
    • 1998 2.5
    • 1994 2.6
    • 1990 2.7
    • 1986 2.8
    • 1982 2.9
    • 1978 2.10
    • 1974 2.11
    • 1970 2.12
    • 1966 2.13
    • 1962 2.14
    • 1958 2.15
    • 1956 2.16
    • 1954 2.17
    • 1952 2.18
    • 1950 2.19
    • 1948 2.20
    • 1946 2.21
    • 1944 2.22
    • 1942 2.23
    • 1940 2.24
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External sources 5

List of Ohio State Treasurers

Isaac B. Cameron was the Ohio State Treasurer from 1900-1904.
# Name Term of Office Party
1 William McFarland 1803-1816
2 Hiram M. Curry 1816-1820
3 Samuel Sullivan 1820-1823
4 Henry Brown 1823-1835
5 Joseph Whitehill 1835-1847
6 Albert A. Bliss 1847-1852 Whig
7 John G. Breslin 1852-1856 Democratic
8 William Harvey Gibson 1856-1857 Republican
9 Alfred P. Stone 1857-1862 Republican
10 G. V. Dorsey 1862-1865 Republican
11 William Hooper 1865-1866
12 S. S. Warner 1866-1871 Republican
13 Isaac Welsh 1872-1875 Republican
14 Leroy Welsh 1875-1876 Republican
15 John M. Millikin 1876-1878 Republican
16 Anthony Howells 1878-1880 Democratic
17 Joseph Turney 1880-1884 Republican
18 Peter Brady 1884-1886 Democratic
19 John C. Brown 1886-1892 Republican
20 William T. Cope 1892-1896 Republican
21 Samuel B. Campbell 1896-1900 Republican
22 Issac B. Cameron 1900-1904 Republican
23 William S. McKinnon 1904-1908 Republican
24 Charles C. Green 1908-1909 Republican
25 David S. Creamer 1909-1913 Democratic
26 John P. Brennan 1913-1915 Democratic
27 Rudolph W. Archer 1915-1917 Republican
28 Chester E. Bryan 1917-1919 Democratic
29 Rudolph W. Archer 1919-1923 Republican
30 Harry S. Day 1923-1927 Republican
31 Bert B. Buckley 1927-1929 Republican
32 H. Ross Ake 1929-1930 Republican
33 Edwin A. Todd 1930-1931
34 Harry S. Day 1931-1937 Republican
35 Clarence H. Knisley 1937-1939
36 Don H. Ebright 1939-1951 Republican
37 Roger W. Tracy 1951-1959 Republican
38 Joseph T. Ferguson 1959-1963 Democratic
39 John D. Herbert 1963-1971 Republican
40 Gertrude W. Donahey 1971-1983 Democratic
41 Mary Ellen Withrow 1983-1994 Democratic
42 J. Kenneth Blackwell 1994-1999 Republican
43 Joseph T. Deters 1999-2005 Republican
44 Jennette Bradley 2005-2007 Republican
45 Richard Cordray 2007-2009 Democratic
46 Kevin Boyce 2009-2011 Democratic
47 Josh Mandel 2011- Republican

Elections

Ohio voters elect the treasurer for a four-year term in midterm election years, along with the governor and lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, and state auditor.

2014

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 2014[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Josh Mandel (Incumbent) 1,724,060 56.58% -1.45%
Democratic Connie Pillich 1,323,525 43.42% +2.86%
Majority 400,535 13.16% -4.29%
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

2010

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 2010[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Josh Mandel 2,050,142 58.03% +16.80%
Democratic Kevin Boyce 1,525,912 40.58% -17.29%
Libertarian Matthew Cantrell 184,478 1.39% +1.39%
Majority 524,230 17.45% %
Turnout 3,760,532 100%
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

2006

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 2010[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Richard Cordray 2,223,282 57.87% %
Republican Sandra O'Brien 1,618,625 42.13% %
Majority 604,657 15.74% %
Turnout 100%
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

2002

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 2002[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Joe Deters (Incumbent) ' % %
Democratic Mary O. Boyle % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1998

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1998[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Joe Deters ' % %
Democratic John A. Donofrio % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1994

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1994[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Ken Blackwell ' % %
Democratic Barbara Sykes % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1990

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1990[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Mary Ellen Withrow (Incumbent) ' % %
Republican Judith Y. Brachman % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1986

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1986[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Mary Ellen Withrow (Incumbent) ' % %
Republican % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1982

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1982[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Mary Ellen Withrow ' % %
Republican % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1978

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1978[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Gertrude W. Donahey (Incumbent) ' % %
Republican % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1974

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1978[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Gertrude W. Donahey Incumbent ' % %
Republican % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1970

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1956[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Gertrude W. Donahey ' % %
Republican % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1966

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1966[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican John D. Herbert (Incumbent) ' % %
Democratic Eldon Brown % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1962

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1962[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican John D. Herbert ' % %
Democratic Thomas E. Ferguson % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1958

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1958[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Joseph T. Ferguson ' % %
Republican Roger W. Tracy % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1956

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1956[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic John W. Donahey ' % %
Republican Roger W. Tracy (Incumbent) % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1954

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1954[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Roger W. Tracy (Incumbent) 1,292,428 % %
Democratic Joseph T. Ferguson 1,151,175 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1952

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1952[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Roger W. Tracy (Incumbent) 1,850,561 % %
Democratic John J. Gallagher 1,423,001 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1950

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1950[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Roger W. Tracy 1,446,470 % %
Democratic Frank M. Quinn 1,203,723 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1948

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1948[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Don H. Ebright (Incumbent) 1,413,831 % %
Democratic Harry V. Armstrong 1,381,486 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1946

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1946[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Don H. Ebright (Incumbent) 1,309,723 % %
Democratic James T. Welsh 850,557 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1944

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1944[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Don H. Ebright (Incumbent) 1,542,785 % %
Democratic Harry V. Armstrong 1,356,778 % %
Majority % %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1942

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1942[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Don H. Ebright (Incumbent) 999,665 60.76% %
Democratic Robert S. Cox 645,630 39.24% %
Majority 1,645,295 21.52% %
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1940

Ohio State Treasurer Election, 1940[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Don H. Ebright (Incumbent) 1,505,089 51.05% %
Democratic Clarence H. Knisley 1,443,074 48.95% %
Majority 2,948,163 2.10% %
Turnout 62,015
Republican hold Swing
1922[26] William S. Hiler : 666,786 Harry S. Day : 844,398  
1920[27] Charles B. Orwig : 770,387 Rudolph W. Archer : 1,109,191 Max Goodman : 43,538
Adam Lehr : 1,537
1916[28] Chester E. Bryan : 565,902 Rudolph W. Archer : 542,198 Frank M. Hinkle : 38,299
John N. Ferguson : 6,708
1912[29] John P. Brennan Rudolph W. Archer William Kirtley, Jr. (Progressive)
1910[30] David S. Creamer Rudolph W. Archer  
1908[31] David S. Creamer : 537,461 Charles C. Green : 536,030 Thomas C. Devine (Soc) : 31,865
James H. Ford (Pro) : 10,897
John P. Thornbury (Ind) : 587
Danford Hare (Peo) : 167
Henry Piper (Soc Lab) : 839
1905[32] Charles E. Mason : 418,515 William S. McKinnon : 462,447 Joseph H. Sims (Soc) : 18,277
Hiram L. Baker (Pro) : 13,837
Peter Faber (Soc Lab) : 1,831
1903[33] Volley J. Dahl : 356,617 William S. McKinnon : 474,033 Ithamar B. Hinman (Soc) : 14,165
Will Kingham (Pro) : 14,448
John H T Juergens (Soc Lab) : 2,185
1901[34] R. Page Aleshire Isaac B. Cameron'  
1899[35] James L. Gorman Isaac B. Cameron  
1897[36] James F. Wilson : 401,024 Samuel B. Campbell : 427,521 Samuel Wells : 7,541
F M Morris : 5,849
Samuel Stevens : 1,535
Edward L. Larsen : 4,186
B W Maxwell : 437
T A Rodefer : 3,112
1895[37] William B. Shober 329,209 Samuel B. Campbell 427,706  
1893[38] Brisbin C. Blackburn 346,849 William T. Cope 422,483  
1891[39] Charles F. Ackerman 345,847 William T. Cope 373,395  
1889[40] William E. Boden 373,476 John C. Brown 377,102  
1887[41] George W. Harper 327,435 John C. Brown 357,597  
1885[42] Peter Brady 340,969 John C. Brown 361,463  
1883[43] Peter Brady 359,847 John C. Brown 348,399  
1881[44] Alonzo P. Winslow 286,591 Joseph Turney 316,232  
1879[45] Anthony Howells 317,193 Joseph Turney 335,670  
1877[46] Anthony Howells 270,461 John M. Millikin 250,746  
1875[47] John Schreiner 292,714 John M. Millikin 296,617  
1873[48] George Weimer 231,349 Isaac Welsh 213,527  
1871[49] Gustav Bruehl 218,390 Isaac Welsh 237,398  
1869[50] Stephen Buhrer 227,948 Sidney S. Warner 236,345  
1867[51] Charles Fulton 240,802 Sidney S. Warner 243,318  
1865[52] George Spence 192,972 Sidney S. Warner 225,673  
1863[53] Horace L. Knapp 188,320 Godwin V. Dorsey 284,976  
1861[54] George W. Holmes 151,548 Godwin V. Dorsey 207,439  
1859[55] William Bushnell 170,503 Alfred P. Stone 184,568  
1857[56] James R. Morris 158,756 Alfred P. Stone 160,585  
1855[57] John G. Breslin 132,925 William Harvey Gibson 169,350  
1853[58] John G. Breslin : 151,226 J. Wesley Chafin
(Freesoil) : 33,934
Henry Brachman
(Whig) : 95,862
1851[59] John G. Breslin : 145,331 Tobias A. Plants
(Freesoil) : 13,127
Albert A. Bliss
(Whig) : 124,554

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e "History of the State Treasury". Ohio State Trearurer. Retrieved 2013-06-29. 
  2. ^ "General Election: November 4, 2014".  
  3. ^ "Treasurer of State November 2, 2010".  
  4. ^ "Treasurer of State November 2, 2010".  
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  18. ^ "General Election Overview: November 2, 1954".  
  19. ^ "General Election Overview: November 4, 1952".  
  20. ^ "General Election Overview: November 7, 1950".  
  21. ^ "1948 General Election Overview Official Tabulation: November 2, 1948".  
  22. ^ "1946 General Election Overview Official Tabulation: November 5, 1946".  
  23. ^ "1944 General Election Official Tabulation: November 7, 1944".  
  24. ^ "1942 General Election Overview Official Tabulation: November 3, 1942".  
  25. ^ "1940 General Election Overview Official Tabulation: November 5, 1940".  
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  28. ^ Journal of the House of Representatives of the Eighty Second General Assembly of the State of Ohio. 1917. p. 27. 
  29. ^ Powell 1913 : 453-454
  30. ^ Powell 1913 : 423
  31. ^   page 404 of pdf file
  32. ^   page 17 of pdf file
  33. ^   page 1667 of pdf file
  34. ^ Powell 1913 : 379-380
  35. ^ Powell 1913 : 371-372
  36. ^ Taylor, William Alexander; Taylor, Aubrey Clarence (1899). Ohio statesmen and annals of progress: from the year 1788 to the year 1900 ... 2. State of Ohio. p. 121.  page 388 of pdf file
  37. ^ Smith 1898 : 665
  38. ^ Smith 1898 : 644
  39. ^ Smith 1898 : 605
  40. ^ Smith 1898 : 579
  41. ^ Smith 1898 : 541
  42. ^ Smith 1898 : 512
  43. ^ Smith 1898 : 473
  44. ^ Smith 1898 : 450
  45. ^ Smith 1898 : 406
  46. ^ Smith 1898 : 379
  47. ^ Smith 1898 : 342
  48. ^ Smith 1898 : 319
  49. ^ Smith 1898 : 286
  50. ^ Smith 1898 : 268
  51. ^ Smith 1898 : 238
  52. ^ Smith 1898 : 209
  53. ^ Smith 1898 : 161
  54. ^ Smith 1898 : 140
  55. ^ Smith 1898 : 95
  56. ^ Smith 1898 : 74
  57. ^ Smith 1898 : 40
  58. ^ Bell 1876 : 120-121
  59. ^ Bell 1876 : 114-115

References

  • Smith, Joseph P, ed. (1898). History of the Republican Party in Ohio I. Chicago: the Lewis Publishing Company. 
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External sources

  • "Ohio State Treasurer website". Retrieved 2013-06-29. 
  • "Treasurers of State of the State of Ohio: 1796 - present". Jon Husted, Ohio Secretary of State. State of Ohio. Retrieved 29 July 2014. 
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