Nov 03, 2020
Apr 27, 2020 - Aug 06, 2020
The Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Vermont is an elected constitutional officer, the second ranking officer of the executive branch and the first officer in line to succeed the Governor of Vermont. The lieutenant governor also serves as president of the Senate and is popularly elected every two years by a plurality and has no term limit. According to the Vermont Constitution, if the office of the governor becomes vacant by reason of death, resignation, impeachment or inability to serve, the lieutenant governor will fill the office until a governor is qualified to act or until the office is filled at the next election. In such instances, the lieutenant governor has all the powers, privileges and duties of the elected governor. The lieutenant governor is, at all times and by virtue of his office, the second commander of the state's militia and naval forces. Additionally, the lieutenant governor serves as president of the state Senate. The salary for this position is $61,776/year.
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Vermont Secretary of State, 128 State St, Montpelier, VT, 05633, US