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Colorado: Lieutenant Governors


Lieutenant Governors of Colorado, 1877-2007 (May be incomplete!)
Lafayette Head 1877-79 Horace A. W. Tabor 1879-83 William H. Meyer 1883-85 Peter W. Breene 1885-87 Norman H. Meldrum 1887-89 William G. Smith 1889-91 William Story 1891-93 David H. Nichols 1893-95 Jared L. Brush 1895-99 Francis Carney 1899-1901 David C. Coates 1901-02 Warren A. Haggott 1902-03 Jesse F. McDonald 1904-05 Arthur Cornforth 1905 Fred W. Parks 1905-07 Erastus R. Harper 1907-09 Stephen R. Fitzgarrald 1909-15 Moses E. Lewis 1915-17 James A. Pulliam 1917-19 George Stephan 1919-21 Earl Cooley 1921-23 Robert F. Rockwell 1923-25 Sterling Byrd Lacy 1925-27 George Milton Corlett 1927-31 Edwin C. Johnson 1931-32 Raymond Herbert Talbot 1933-37 Frank J. Hayes 1937-39 John C. Vivian 1939-43 William E. Higby 1943-47 Homer L. Pearson 1947-49 Walter W. Johnson 1949-50 Charles P. Murphy 1950 Gordon Allott 1950-55 Stephen L. R. McNichols 1955-57 Frank L. Hays 1957-59 Robert L. Knous 1959-67 Mark A. Hogan 1967-71 John D. Vanderhoof 1971-73 Ted L. Strickland 1973-75 George L. Brown 1975-79 Nancy E. Dick 1979-87 C. Michael Callihan 1987-95 Gail S. Schoettler 1995-99 Barbara O'Brien 2007-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1904: Elias Milton Ammons, defeated.
  • 1906: Elias Milton Ammons, defeated.
  • 1978: Hank Brown, defeated.
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