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List of Attorneys General of Washington

This is a list of attorneys general of the U.S. state of Washington.[1]

Attorneys General

  Denotes acting Attorney General or time served as acting Attorney General
# Picture Name Term of Office Governor(s) served under
1 James B. Metcalf 1887 1889 Eugene Semple
2 William C. Jones 1889 1897 Elisha Peyre Ferry,
John McGraw
3 Patrick Henry Winston 1897 1901 John Rogers
4 Wickliffe Stratton 1901 1905 Henry McBride
5 John Atkinson 1905 1909 Albert E. Mead
6 Walter Bell 1909 1911 Samuel G. Cosgrove,
Marion E. Hay
7 William V. Tanner 1911 1912 Marion E. Hay
1912 1919 Ernest Lister
8 L.L. Thompson 1919 1920 Louis Folwell Hart
1920 1923
9 John Dunbar 1923 1925
1925 1933 Roland H. Hartley
10 Garrison Hamilton 1933 1940 Clarence D. Martin
11 Smith Troy 1941 1944 Arthur B. Langlie
1944 1952 Monrad C. Wallgren,
Arthur B. Langlie
12 Don Eastvold 1953 1956 Arthur B. Langlie
13 John J. O'Connell 1957 1969 Albert D. Rosellini,
Daniel J. Evans
14 Slade Gorton 1969 1981 Daniel J. Evans,
Dixy Lee Ray
15 Ken Eikenberry 1981 1993 John D. Spellman,
Booth Gardner
16 Christine Gregoire 1993 2005 Mike Lowry,
Gary Locke
17 Rob McKenna 2005 2013 Christine Gregoire
18 Bob Ferguson 2013 present Jay Inslee

References

  1. ^ Bowers, Todd; Scott, Drew; Scharber, Maureen (2006). "Historical Highlights: Office of the Washington State Attorney General". Office of the Washington State Attorney General. Retrieved 2009-05-31. 

External links

  • Washington State office of the Attorney General
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