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Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority

The Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority oversees and coordinates public and medical transportation in the areas of Attleboro and Taunton, Massachusetts and 24 nearby areas. It operates daily fixed bus routes, commuter shuttle ser ...

                                               

Worcester Regional Transit Authority

Worcester Regional Transit Authority is a public, non-profit organization charged with providing public transportation to the city of Worcester, Massachusetts and the surrounding towns. The WRTA was created in September 1974 under Chapter 161B of ...

                                               

Charter township

A charter township is a form of local government in the U.S. state of Michigan. Townships in Michigan are organized governments. A charter township has been granted a charter, which allows it certain rights and responsibilities of home rule that ...

                                               

Government of Flint, Michigan

The City of Flint has operated under at least four charters. The City is currently run under its 1974 charter that gives the city a Strong Mayor form of government. It is also instituted the appointed independent office of Ombudsman, while the ci ...

                                               

Government of Saginaw, Michigan

The Government of Saginaw, Michigan is a council-manager form of government with a mayor selected from members of the city council by members of the city council. Saginaw is classified as a home rule city under the Michigan Home Rule Cities Act w ...

                                               

Macomb County Board of Commissioners

The Macomb County Board of Commissioners serves as the "county commission", or legislative body for Macomb County, Michigan, United States, the third largest county in Michigan with a population of 840.978, according to the 2010 census. The power ...

                                               

Urban township (Michigan)

An urban township is a designation of a unit of local government in the U.S. state of Michigan as prescribed by section 2 of Public Act 281 of 1986, being section 125.2152 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. The designation allows a general law townsh ...

                                               

Michigan Attorney General

The Attorney General of Michigan is the fourth-ranking official in the U.S. state of Michigan. The officeholder is elected statewide in the November general election alongside the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, members of the ...

                                               

Director of Michigan Department of Transportation

                                               

Governor of Michigan

The governor of Michigan is the chief executive of the U.S. state of Michigan. The current governor is Gretchen Whitmer, a member of the Democratic Party, who was inaugurated on January 1, 2019, as the states 49th governor. She is eligible for a ...

                                               

List of lieutenant governors of Michigan

The lieutenant governor of Michigan is the second-ranking official in U.S. state of Michigan, behind the governor. The holder of this office is afforded the courtesy title of the Honorable for life. The current lieutenant governor is Garlin Gilch ...

                                               

Michigan State Treasurer

The State Treasurer of Michigan functions as the chief financial officer for the U.S. state of Michigan. The State Treasurer oversees the collection, investment, and disbursement of all state monies, and also administers major tax laws, safeguard ...

                                               

Michigan district courts

District courts are courts of limited jurisdiction in the State of Michigan. They were established by the State Legislature in Act 236 of 1961 to consolidate the functions of several courts of limited jurisdiction such as traffic courts and munic ...

                                               

Regional Development Commissions

Regional Development Commissions are regional governments in Minnesota made up of a board of local elected officials from counties, cities, schools boards, public interest groups and transit systems that provide cooperation and coordination on br ...

                                               

Attorney General of Minnesota

The Attorney General of Minnesota is the state Attorney General of the U.S. state of Minnesota. The Attorney General is the states chief legal officer and is an executive position elected by the voters for a four-year term. The Office of the Minn ...

                                               

Minnesota State Auditor

The Minnesota State Auditor is a constitutional officer in the executive branch of the U.S. State of Minnesota. The State Auditor is charged with overseeing more than billion spent annually by local governments in Minnesota. The State Auditor doe ...

                                               

Governor of Minnesota

The Governor of Minnesota is the chief executive of the U.S. state of Minnesota, leading the states executive branch. Forty people have been governor of Minnesota, though historically there were also three governors of Minnesota Territory. Alexan ...

                                               

List of lieutenant governors of Minnesota

This is a list of lieutenant governors of the U.S. state of Minnesota. In 1886, elections were moved from odd years to even years. Beginning with the 1962 election, the term of the lieutenant governor increased from two to four years. Prior to th ...

                                               

Minnesota Secretary of State

The Minnesota Secretary of State is the state secretary of state of the state of Minnesota. The Secretary of State is the keeper of the Great Seal of the State of Minnesota and files and certifies the authenticity of a wide variety of official do ...

                                               

Minnesota State Treasurer

The Minnesota State Treasurer was an elected officer under the Minnesota Constitution until 2003. Before statehood, the Minnesota Territory had the same office. In 1886, elections were moved from odd years to even years. Beginning with the 1962 e ...

                                               

District Court of Minnesota

The Minnesota Constitution provides that the district court has original jurisdiction in civil and criminal cases and such appellate jurisdiction as may be prescribed by law. Appeals from these courts usually go to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

                                               

Mississippi Attorney General

The Attorney General of Mississippi is the chief legal officer of the state and serves as the states lawyer. Only the Attorney General can bring or defend a lawsuit on behalf of the state. The Attorney General is elected statewide for a four-year ...

                                               

State Auditor of Mississippi

John Richards, 1821–1822 George T. Swann, 1847–1851 Madison McAfee, 1855–1859 Stacey Pickering, 2008–2018 Carl N. Craig, 1948–1952 Thomas B.J. Hadley, 1830–1833 C.C. White, 1928–1932 E. Boyd Golding, 1956–1960 Bert J. Barnett, 1944–1948 John H. M ...

                                               

Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi

The Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi is the second-highest ranking executive officer in Mississippi, right below the Governor of Mississippi. The office of lieutenant governor was established when Mississippi became a state, abolished for a few ...

                                               

Secretary of State of Mississippi

It is a constitutional official originally established under the Article IV, §14 of Mississippi Constitution of 1817, and was reestablished under Article V, §133 of the Mississippi Constitution of 1890. The current secretary of state is Michael W ...

                                               

Mississippi State Treasurer

State Treasurer of Mississippi is a post created in 1817 when the state was admitted to the Union. Before the state was formed by splitting the Alabama Territory from the Mississippi Territory, an equivalent post was the Territorial Treasurer Gen ...

                                               

Courts of Mississippi

Courts of Mississippi include: State courts of Mississippi Mississippi Drug Courts Mississippi Justice Courts Mississippi Circuit Courts 22 circuits Mississippi Youth Courts Mississippi Court of Appeals Supreme Court of Mississippi Mississippi Co ...

                                               

St. Louis County Council

Each of the councilmen come from a different one of the counties seven council districts. The council chooses its own chair and vice-chair. The councilmen representing even numbered districts are elected in United States presidential years, while ...

                                               

List of Attorneys General of Missouri

                                               

Missouri Attorney General

The Office of the Missouri Attorney General was created in 1806 when Missouri was part of the Louisiana Territory. Missouris first Constitution in 1820 provided for an appointed Attorney General, but since the 1865 Constitution, the Attorney Gene ...

                                               

List of lieutenant governors of Missouri

The Lieutenant Governor of Missouri is the first person in the order of succession of the U.S. state of Missouris executive branch, thus serving as governor in the event of the death, resignation, removal, impeachment, absence from the state, or ...

                                               

List of Missouri Secretaries of State

                                               

State Treasurer of Missouri

The State Treasurer of Missouri is a statewide elected official responsible for serving as Missouris chief financial officer. The current state treasurer is Scott Fitzpatrick, who was appointed in January 2019 following the resignation of the pre ...

                                               

Missouri State Marshal

As provided by Missouri State Statute 476.062, the Missouri State Marshals and Deputy Marshals are charged with the safety and security of State Courts, Judges, and staff and function as the law enforcement arm of the Missouri Judiciary. In addit ...

                                               

St. Louis County Police Department

The St. Louis County Police Department is the primary and largest law enforcement agency serving St. Louis County in the U.S. state of Missouri. The current Chief of Police is Colonel Jon Belmar. According to the Charter of St. Louis County, the ...

                                               

List of lieutenant governors of Montana

As of September 2018, there are five former lieutenant governors of Montana who are currently living at this time, the oldest lieutenant governor of Montana being Ted Schwinden served 1977–1981, born 1925. The most recent death of a former lieute ...

                                               

Secretary of State of Montana

The Secretary of State of Montana is one of the elected constitutional officers of executive branch of the U.S. state of Montana. The current Secretary of State is Corey Stapleton.

                                               

Montana District Courts

Montana District Courts are the state trial courts of general jurisdiction in the U.S. state of Montana. Montana District Courts have original jurisdiction over most civil cases, civil actions involving monetary claims against the state, criminal ...

                                               

Courts of Montana

Courts of Montana refers to courts of law in the U.S. state of Montana. They include: State courts of Montana Montana Justice Courts Montana City Courts Montana Municipal Courts Montana District Courts 56 courts, 22 judicial districts Montana Sup ...

                                               

Montana inferior courts

Inferior courts in Montana, also known as courts of limited jurisdiction, refer to those courts of law, established by the Constitution of Montana or authorized by law, with limited jurisdictions. These courts consist of City Courts, Justice Cour ...

                                               

Montana Water Court

The Montana Water Court is a court of law in the U.S. state of Montana which has jurisdiction over the adjudication of water rights. The filing, verification, recording, and enforcement of water rights in the Montana Territory and, later, the sta ...

                                               

Montana Youth Courts

Montana Youth Courts are courts of law in the U.S. state of Montana which have jurisdiction over any minor charged with violating any state law or city and county city ordinance, except for fish and game ordinance violations and traffic violation ...

                                               

Nebraska Attorney General

                                               

Secretary of State of Nebraska

The Secretary of State of Nebraska is one of the constitutional officers of the U.S. state of Nebraska. In Nebraska, the Secretary of State is elected for a four-year term. Vacancies are filled by appointment by the Governor. The current Secretar ...

                                               

Unincorporated towns in Nevada

Nevada state law allows for governance of unincorporated towns under two different systems. The Unincorporated Town Government Law, adopted in 1975, applies to counties of 100.000 people or more, and any other county that opts in. For other count ...

                                               

Nevada Attorney General

The Nevada Attorney General is the top legal officer for the state of Nevada. The functions of the office are set forth in Nevada Revised Statutes, Chapter 228. The Attorney General represents the people of Nevada in civil and criminal matters be ...

                                               

List of lieutenant governors of Nevada

The Nevada Lieutenant Governor is an elected office in the U.S. state of Nevada. The Nevada Lieutenant Governor is based in Carson City, Nevada and elected for 4 year terms. The 35th and current Lieutenant Governor is Kate Marshall. See List of G ...

                                               

Nevada State Controller

The Nevada State Controller is an elected official in the U.S. state of Nevada responsible for serving as the states chief financial officer, administration of the states accounting system, and conducting financial transactions on behalf of the s ...

                                               

Secretary of State of Nevada

The Secretary of State of Nevada is a statewide elected office in the State of Nevada. The secretary of state post is common to many U.S. states. In Nevada, it is a constitutional office. The current Secretary of State, Republican Barbara Cegavsk ...

                                               

Nevada District Courts

In the Nevada state court system, the Nevada District Courts are the trial courts of general jurisdiction, where criminal, civil, family, and juvenile matters are generally resolved through arbitration, mediation, and bench or jury trials. The Di ...

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