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Iowa: State Auditors


Iowa State Auditors, 1846-2004 (May be incomplete!)
Joseph T. Fales 1846-50 William Pattee 1850-54 Andrew J. Stevens 1854-55 John Pattee 1855-59 Jonathan W. Cattell 1859-65 John A. Elliott 1865-71 John Russell 1871-75 Buren Robinson Sherman 1875-81 William V. Lucas 1881-82 John L. Brown 1883-85 Jonathan W. Cattell 1885-86 John L. Brown 1886 Charles Beardsley 1886 John L. Brown 1886-87 James A. Lyons 1887-93 Cornelius G. McCarthy 1893-99 Frank F. Merriam 1899-1903 Beryl F. Carroll 1903-09 John L. Bleakly 1909-15 Frank S. Shaw 1915-21 Glenn C. Haynes 1921-24 James E. Thomas 1924-25 J. C. McClune 1925-27 J. W. Long 1927-32 C. Fred Porter 1932-33 Charles W. Storms 1933-39 C. B. Akers 1939-65 Lorne R. Worthington 1965-66 Lloyd R. Smith 1967-78 Richard D. Johnson 1979-2003 David Vaudt 2004

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1938: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1940: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1942: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1944: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1946: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1948: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1950: C. B. Akers (Rep), elected.
  • 1970 Nov 3: Lloyd R. Smith (Rep), elected; Linduski (Dem), defeated.
  • 1978: Lloyd R. Smith, died in office.
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