Idaho Treasurer

Employer / Organization

Idaho

Next Election

May 15, 2018

Filing Window

Feb 26, 2018 - Mar 09, 2018

Description

The Treasurer of the State of Idaho is the chief financial officer of the government of Idaho. The treasurer is responsible for maintaining state funds and acting as the state's bank. The treasurer collects all monies owed to the state, accounts for and disperses public funds where needed and invests the state's and local government's money. The office is also responsible for administering several programs, such as savings and loans for students and small businesses. The treasurer is the chief financial officer and banker of monies collected by Idaho.[1] The treasurer's duties include "receiving all state monies, redeeming warrants, accounting for the receipt and disbursement of public funds, investing idle state monies, issuing state tax anticipation notes, investing local government and agency monies and acting as custodian for worker’s compensation insurance securities on deposit with the state and custodian of the Endowment Public School Income Fund." The treasurer also serves on a number of state boards and commissions, including the Board of Canvassers, the Commemorative Silver Medallion Committee, the Bank Bond Board, the College Savings Program Board and the Idaho Credit Rating Enhancement Committee. The salary for this position is $101,150/year.

Application Guidelines
1) Contact the Idaho Secretary of State Elections Division in order to confirm that your registered address qualifies you for the position you intend to run for and to confirm that you meet other office specific qualifications. Obtain the appropriate Candidate Filing Forms. 2) Complete the Candidate Filing Forms including campaign finance forms. If you plan to run as an independent candidate, you must collect a specified amount of signatures to be placed on the ballot. For U.S. representative 500 signatures must be collected, whereas State Senator or State Representative candidates must collect 50 signatures. If you plan to run as a party candidate, you may either pay a fee or collect the amount of stipulated signatures above in lieu of the filing fee. 3) Submit these documents during the filing window to the Idaho Secretary of State Elections Division in order to appear on the ballot. For partisan candidates, the next election will be the May primary (held on the 3rd Tuesday of May). For independent candidates the next election will be the November general. However, the filing window applies to all candidates and runs from the 12th Monday before the primary election until the 10th Friday before the primary election. In 2018, the filing window is from February 26th to March 9th and the primary will be held on May 15th. More information about this process can be found here: http://www.sos.idaho.gov/elect/. If you have any questions please contact the Idaho Secretary of State Elections Division, which also serves as the point of contact, by phone at (208) 334-2852.

Submit application to:
Idaho Secretary of State's Office, 700 W Jefferson, Boise, ID, 83702, US