Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania
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The Lieutenant Governor is a constitutional officer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.wikipedia
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The lieutenant governor is elected for a four-year term in the same year as the governor.
If the office of governor becomes vacant through death, resignation, or conviction on impeachment, the lieutenant governor becomes governor for the remainder of the term; if the office is only temporarily vacant due to disability of the governor, the lieutenant governor only acts out the duties of governor.
William T. Davies (December 20, 1831 – September 21, 1912) was the fourth Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania from 1887 to 1891.
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The Lieutenant Governor is a constitutional officer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The other elected officials composing the executive branch are the Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, Attorney General Joshua Shapiro, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, and Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella.
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Edward C. Shannon (June 24, 1870 – May 20, 1946) was the 15th lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania from 1931 to 1935.
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Daniel Bursk "Dan" Strickler (May 17, 1897 – June 29, 1992) was the 19th Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania from 1947 to 1950, under Governor James Duff.
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The lieutenant governor presides in the Senate and is first in the line of succession to the governor; in the event the governor dies, resigns, or otherwise leaves office, the lieutenant governor becomes governor.
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