State

Capital

Yearly Salary

Term of Office

Alabama

Montgomery

$3,000

Two Years

Arizona zzTy.

Prescott

2,600

Four Years

Arkansas

Little Rock

3,000

Two Years

California

Sacramento

6,000

Four Years

Colorado

Denver

5,000

Two Years

Connecticut

Hartford

2,000

Two Years

Delaware

Dover

2,000

Four Years

Florida

Tallahassee

3,500

Four Years

Georgia

Atlanta

3,000

Two Years

Idaho Ty.

Boise City

2,600

Four Years

Illinois

Springfield

6,000

Four Years

Indiana

Indianapolis

5,000

Four Years

Iowa

Des Moines

3,000

Two Years

Kansas

Topeka

3,000

Two Years

Kentucky

Fnktort

5,000

four Years

Louisiana

Baton Rouge

4,000

Four Years

Maine

Augusta

2,000

Two Years

Maryland

Annapolis

4,500

Four Years

Massachusettes

Boston

5,000

One Year

Michigan

Lansing

1,000

Two Years

Minnesota

St. Paul

3,300

Two Years

Mississippi

Jackson

4,000

Four Years

Missouri

Jefferson City

5,000

Four Years

Montana

Helena

5,000

Four Years

Nebraska

Lincoln

2,500

Two Years

Nevada

Carson City

5,000

Four Year3

New Hampshin

Concord

1,000

Two Year3

New Jersey

Trenton

5,000

Three Years

New Mexico Ty

Santa Fe

2,600

Four Years

New York

Albany

10.000

Three Years

North Carolina

Raleigh

3,000

Four Years

North Dakota

Bismark

3,000

Two Years

Ohio

Columbus

4,000

Two Years

Oregon

Salem

1,500

Four Years

Pennsylvania

Harrisburg

10,000

Four Years

Rhode Island

Newport

1,000

One Year

South Carolina

Columbia

3,500

Two Years

South Dakota

Pierre

2,500

Two Years

Tennessee

Nashville

4,000

Two Years

Texas

Austin

4,000

Two Years

Utah Ty.

Salt Lake City

2,600

Four Years

Vermont

Montpelier

1,000

Two Years

Virginia

Richmond

5,000

Four Years

Washington

Olympia

4,000

Four Years

West Virginia

Wheeling

2,700

Four Years

Wisconsin

Madison

5,000

Two Years

Wyoming Ty.

Cheyenne

2,600

Four Years

Alaska

Sitka

' 3,000

Four Years

Indian Ty..

Tahlequah

2,600

Four Years

The Governor of a Territory is appointed to the office by the President of the United States; but the Governor of a State is elected by the people directly.