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Previously, she was part of Walmart’s leadership team as executive vice president and global treasurer.
She has spent decades in politics, as a state treasurer and state legislator.
Further down the ballot, you might also find offices such as treasurer and school superintendent.
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It marks a rapid rise for Galloway, who gave birth to her first child in 2011, the year she got her first job in politics as treasurer of Boone County, home to the University of Missouri and the city of Columbia.
At last Deacon MacNab, the church treasurer and a personage of importance, got a chance to speak.
He became treasurer of the amalgamated company, and in 1866 was appointed its secretary.
The tobacconist whom he thus favored was his under-treasurer, Hardham, whom no writer about snuff should omit to notice.
Each district is controlled by a District Council composed of the governor, the secretary, and the treasurer.
Having uttered these words he made a sign to his treasurer who presented on a cushion a crown of gold to the young girl.
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The Vice-Treasurer was not likely to hide the letter addressed to himself, and the other soon got wind in spite of every effort.

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