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Indiana: State Auditors


Indiana State Auditors, 1816-2012 (May be incomplete!)
William H. Lilly 1816-28 Benjamin L. Blythe 1828 Morris Morris 1829-44 Horatio J. Harris 1844-47 Douglass Maguire 1847-50 Erastus W. H. Ellis 1850-53 John P. Dunn 1853-55 Hiram E. Talbott 1855-57 John W. Dodd 1857-61 Albert Lange 1861-63 Joseph Ristine 1863-65 Thomas B. McCarthy 1865-69 John D. Evans 1869-71 John C. Schoemaker 1871-73 James A. Wildman 1873-75 Ebenezer Henderson 1875-79 Mahlon D. Manson 1879-81 Edward H. Wolfe 1881-83 James H. Rice 1883-87 Bruce Carr 1887-91 John O. Henderson 1891-95 Americus C. Daily 1895-99 William H. Hart 1899-1903 David E. Sherrick 1903-05 Warren Bigler 1905-06 John C. Billheimer 1906-10 William H. O'Brien 1910-14 Dale J. Crittenberger 1914-16 Otto L. Klauss 1916-20 William G. Oliver 1920-22 Robert Bracken 1922-24 Lewis S. Bowman 1924-28 Arch N. Bobbitt 1928-30 Floyd E. Williamson 1930-34 Laurence F. Sullivan 1934-38 Frank G. Thompson 1938-40 Richard T. James 1940-44 Alvan V. Burch 1944-48 James M. Propst 1948-50 Frank Millis 1950-54 Curtis E. Rardin 1954-56 Roy T. Combs 1956-58 Albert A. Steinwedal 1958-60 Dorothy Gardner 1960-64 Mark L. France 1964-66 John P. Gallagher 1966-68 Trudy S. Etherton 1968-70 Mary Aikins Currie 1970-78 Charles D. Loos 1978-82 Otis E. Cox 1982-86 Ann G. DeVore 1986-94 Morris Wooden 1994-98 Connie Kay Nass 1998-2006 Tim Berry 2007-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1860: Albert Lange (Rep), elected.
  • 1902: James R. Riggs (Dem), defeated.
  • 1968: Henry Hermansen (Dem), defeated.
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