The Office of Lieutenant Governor, established by the Washington State Constitution, is the
second highest elected office in the state of Washington. The Lieutenant Governor is chosen by
the electorate to serve four-year terms.
The Lieutenant Governor serves as presiding officer of the Washington State Senate and is first
in line of succession to the Governor, acting as Governor when the Governor is incapacitated or
absent from the state. In addition, he or she serves as chair of the Legislative Committee on
Economic Development and International Relations, the primary purpose of which is to promote
trade and economic development in the state.
The agency is staffed with seven employees, including the Lieutenant Governor, and has a twoyear
budget of approximately $1 million.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
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ET is Employee Type: 6 is faculty, 7 is non-faculty, 1 is classified by state merit rules, 2 is exempt from state merit rules
PU is Pay Unit: M is monthly, H is hourly, C is contracted, D is daily,
MP is months paid
%FT is percent of full-time
Name Job Title ET-PU MP %FT Salary CHAVEZ, TRACY V RECEPT/SCHEDULER 2M 0 100 2229 DIRKS, BRIAN G COMMUN. DIRECTOR 2M 0 100 5908 KELLY, JULIETTE S INTL TRADE & REL 2M 0 100 5963 OIEN, JACQUELINE M ADMIN ASSISTANT 2M 0 100 3360 OWEN, BRADLEY SCOTT LT. GOVERNOR 2M 0 100 6578 SANCHEZ, ANTONIO LCEDIR COORD 2M 0 100 6995 THOMPSON, JOHN G CHIEF OF STAFF 2M 0 100 6422 5833By clicking on the rainbow colored square icon, you can see information about the people who look at these webpages. These statistics report meters are free to anybody.
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In Nov 2002, the Wa St Court of Appeals, ruled that government employees names cannot be kept secret.