Louisiana State Treasurer
|State Treasurer of Louisiana|
|Term length||Four years, no term limits|
|Formation||Constitution of Louisiana, Article IV, Section 9|
The Louisiana State Treasurer is an elected constitutional officer in the executive branch of the state government of Louisiana responsible for overseeing the financial operations of state government. The state treasurer is an elected position, with four year terms. The Louisiana State Treasurer is John Schroder, a Republican.
- Antoine Dubuclet, 1868-1878
- Edward A. Burke, 1878-1888
- A. P. Tugwell, 1936–1968
- Mary Evelyn Parker, 1968–1987
- Mary Landrieu, 1987–1996
- Ken Duncan, 1996–2000
- John Kennedy, 2000–2017
- Ron Henson, 2017
- John Schroder, 2017–present
- O'Donoghue, Julia. "What does Louisiana's state treasurer do?". NOLA.com. Retrieved January 14, 2019.