Appointed by Governor (Constitution of 1776, secs. 40, 41):
1837-1851 John Baumgartner

Elected by Voters to 6-year terms (Constitution of 1851, Art. IV, sec. 18):
1851-1853 John Baumgartner
1853-1865 Joseph M. Parke

Elected by Voters to 6-year terms (Constitution of 1864, Art. IV, sec. 46):
1865-1867 Henry H. Harbaugh

Elected by Voters to 6-year terms (Constitution of 1867, Art. IV, sec. 41):
1867-1873 Joseph M. Parke
1873-1879 Henry E. Beltz
1879-1885 J. Oliver Wadlow
1885-1897 George M. Parks
1897-1903 Joseph D. Brooks
1903-1909 John J. Stewart
1909-1921 William Arthur
1922-1926 William F. Bricker (R)

Elected by Voters to 4-year terms (Constitution of 1867, Art. XVII, added by Chapter 227, Acts of 1922, ratified Nov. 7, 1922):
1926-1930 William F. Bricker (R)
1930-1942 Harry G. Berwanger (D)
1942-1954 J. Walter Grumbine (R)
1954-1956 J. Wesley Mathias (R)

Elected by Voters to 4-year terms (Constitution of 1867, Art. IV, sec. 41, amended by Chapter 99, Acts of 1956, ratified Nov. 6, 1956):
1956-1966 J. Wesley Mathias (R)
1966-1994 Reese Leppo Starner (R)
1994-2002 Nancy L. Airing (R)
2002- Paul G. Zimmerman (R)

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