Auditor of Accounts

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  • He is also remembered for his frequent attendance at parliament, for which he was, among other things, an auditor of accounts.
  • He served in various other positions including secretary of the province, secretary to the proprietary, a commissioner to sell lands, and an auditor of accounts.
  • Until 1870, Vermont elected their Auditor of Accounts for one-year terms.
  • In 1870 he was elected Auditor of Accounts, and served until 1876.
  • He had been county Treasurer and the state Auditor of Accounts from 1887 until 1891.
  • In 2006, a close general election for Auditor of Accounts prompted a recount which overturned the original count.
  • Incumbent Republican Auditor of Accounts R. Thomas Wagner, Jr. ran for re-election to a seventh full term in office.
  • Republican incumbent Tom Salmon, who has held the position of Vermont Auditor of Accounts since 2007, is not running for re-election.
  • He was secretary to Nicholle Tilhart, who was notary, secretary and auditor of accounts to King Louis XI of France.
  • In 1996 VGP ran another slate of candidates including governor, lieutenant governor, U.S. representative, attorney general, auditor of accounts, state treasurer, and secretary of state.
  • He did not run for reelection in 2012, and was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for Vermont Auditor of Accounts.
  • In 1950 King received a bachelor's degree in accounting from William and Mary College and accepted a position on the staff of Vermont's Auditor of Accounts.
  • The Liberty Union Party lost its major party status in 1994, but re-qualified in 2004 due to Auditor of Accounts candidate Jerry Levy's six percent showing.
  • Woodbridge was the mayor of Vergennes for five years, and was the Vermont Auditor of Accounts from 1850 until 1852.
  • The 2006 Vermont Auditor of Accounts election was held on November 7, 2006 and resulted in one of the closest state-wide election victories in Vermont history.
  • Elisha Clark (1752-1838) was a Vermont veteran of the American Revolution who was active in government, including serving as the state's first Auditor of Accounts.
  • Every Subha had an accountant and auditor of accounts appointed by Shivaji, who were liable to be changed and were invariably Brahmans or Prabhus.
  • In 1994, Vermont Grassroots Party (VGP) ran a slate of candidates for several offices, including governor, U.S Senate, U.S. Representative, auditor of accounts, and attorney general.
  • From 1532 he was a Justice of the Peace, Coroner for two years, Auditor of Accounts for a total of 16 years, Mayor for 1541-1542, one of the two Members of Parliament for the Borough for the 1555 Parliament, and remained an Alderman to his death.
  • To the command of every ten subhas or six thousand, two hundred and fifty horse, which were rated at only five thousand, there was a commander styled Panch-hazari with whom were also stationed a Muzumdar or Brahman auditor of accounts and a Prabhu registrar and accountant called Amin.
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