Lieutenant Governors

1778-Present

Joseph Marsh, 1778-1779

Benjamin Carpenter, 1779-1781

Elisha Payne, 1781-1782

Paul Spooner, 1782-1787

Joseph Marsh, 1787-1790

Peter Olcott, 1790-1794

Jonathan Hunt, 1794-1796

Paul Brigham,[1] 1796-1813

William Chamberlin, 1813-1815

Paul Brigham, 1815-1820

William Cahoon, 1820-1822

Aaron Leland, 1822-1827

Henry Olin, 1827-1830

Mark Richards, 1830-1831

Lebbeus Egerton, 1831-1835

Silas H. Jenison,[2] 1835-1836

David M. Camp, 1836-1841

Waitstill R. Ranney, 1841-1843

Horace Eaton, 1843-1846

Leonard Sargent, 1846-1848

Robert Pierpoint, 1848-1850

Julius Converse, 1850-1852

William C. Kittredge, 1852-1853

Jefferson P. Kidder, 1853-1854

Ryland Fletcher, 1854-1856

James M. Slade, 1856-1858

Burnam Martin, 1858-1860

Levi Underwood, 1860-1862

Paul Dillingham, 1862-1865

Abraham B. Gardner, 1865-1867

Stephen Thomas, 1867-1869

George W. Hendee,[3]1869-1870

George N. Dale, 1870-1872

Russell S. Taft, 1872-1874

Lyman G. Hinckley, 1874-1876

Redfield Proctor, 1876-1878

Eben R. Colton, 1878-1880

John L. Barstow, 1880-1882

Samuel E. Pingree, 1882-1884

Ebenezer J. Ormsbee, 1884-1886

Levi K. Fuller, 1886-1888

Urban A. Woodbury, 1888-1890

Henry A. Fletcher, 1890-1892

F. Stewart Stranahan, 1892-1894

Zophar M. Mansur, 1894-1896

Nelson W. Fisk, 1896-1898

Henry C. Bates, 1898-1900

Martin F. Allen, 1900-1902

Zed S. Stanton, 1902-1904

Charles H. Stearns, 1904-1906

George H. Prouty, 1906-1908

John A. Mead, 1908-1910

Leighton P. Slack, 1910-1912

Frank E. Howe, 1912-1915

Hale K. Darling, 1915-1917

Roger W. Hulburd, 1917-1919

Mason S. Stone, 1919-1921

Abram W. Foote, 1921-1923

Franklin S. Billings, 1923-1925

Walter K. Farnsworth, 1925-1927

Hollister Jackson,[4]1927-1927

Stanley C. Wilson, 1929-1931

Benjamin Williams, 1931-1933

Charles M. Smith, 1933-1935

George D. Aiken, 1935-1937

William H. Wills, 1937-1941

Mortimer R. Proctor, 1941-1945

Lee E. Emerson, 1945-1949

Harold J. Arthur,[5] 1949-1950

Joseph B. Johnson, 1951-1955

Consuelo N. Bailey,[6]1955-1957

Robert T. Stafford, 1957-1959

Robert S. Babcock, 1959-1961

Ralph A. Foote, 1961-1965

John J. Daley, 1965-1969

Thomas L. Hayes, 1969-1971

John S. Burgess, 1971-1975

Brian D. Burns, 1975-1977

T. Garry Buckley, 1977-1979

Madeleine M. Kunin, 1979-1983

Peter Smith, 1983-1987

Howard Dean,[7]1987-1991

Barbara W. Snelling, 1993-1997

Douglas A. Racine, 1997-2003

Brian Dubie, 2003-2011

Phil Scott, 2011-2017

David Zuckerman, 2017-

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Notes

[1] Served as governor from August 25-October 16, 1797 on death of Governor Chittenden.

[2] Became acting governor during term because no governor was elected.

[3] Became governor on death of Governor Washburn.

[4] Drowned November 3, 1927.

[5] Became governor when Governor Gibson resigned on January 16, 1950.

[6] First woman lieutenant governor in United States.

[7] Became governor on death of Governor Snelling.

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