Table 4.25

Treasurers: Qualifications for Office


FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
Minimum age U.S. citizen
(years)
State
resident
(years)
Qualified
voter (years)
01Alabama2575
02Alaska*
04Arizona*25105
05Arkansas18
06California*18
08Colorado*252
09Connecticut*18
10Delaware*18
12Florida307
13Georgia
15Hawaii1
16Idaho*252
17Illinois*253
18Indiana*
19Iowa18
20Kansas*
21Kentucky*3022
22Louisiana*2555
23Maine
24Maryland
25Massachusetts*5
26Michigan
27Minnesota*
28Mississippi255
29Missouri301510
30Montana*
31Nebraska
32Nevada2522
33New Hampshire
34New Jersey*
35New Mexico*305
36New York*305
37North Carolina*211
38North Dakota255
39Ohio*18
40Oklahoma311010
41Oregon*3110
42Pennsylvania*
44Rhode Island*1830 days
45South Carolina*18
46South Dakota
47Tennessee*
48Texas*18
49Utah*255
50Vermont
51Virginia
53Washington18
54West Virginia185
55Wisconsin18
56Wyoming*25
11Dist. of Columbia*

Source:

The Council of State Governments' survey of state treasurers’ offices, 2022.

Key:

* — Information from The Council of State Governments’ survey of state treasurers’ offices and review of state websites, 2021.
✓ — Formal provision; number of years not specified.
✕ — No formal provision.

Footnotes:

(a) Five years immediately preceding the date of qualifcation for office.