Nov 06, 2018
May 17, 2018 - Jul 12, 2018
The Treasurer of the State of Colorado is an elected executive officer in the Colorado government and the state's chief financial officer. The treasurer oversees the Department of the Treasury, which acts as the state government's bank. The treasury receives all revenues (taxes, fees, etc.), manages the state's investment funds and disburses money based on warrants (checks) drawn against the treasury. Treasurers are elected to four-year terms in federal midterm election years. The treasurer is the state's cash management officer and head of the Department of Treasury, which accounts for and manages the Colorado government's money. The treasury receives all revenues in the form of taxes, fees and other payments, disburses money based on warrants (checks), and manages the state's investment funds. As in many states, the treasurer also manages the state's unclaimed property fund. The salary for this office is $68,500/year.