Top Calif. elected officials to get 2 percent pay raise

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Updated: 6/22/2014 8:24 am

California lawmakers and statewide elected officials will receive 2 percent pay increases starting Jan. 1, 2015. Here are the current base salaries and the projected salaries after the raises approved by the California Citizens Compensation Commission:

PositionCurrent SalaryNew Salary
Lieutenant Governor$130,490$133,100
Attorney General$151,127$154,150
Secretary of State$130,490$133,100
Superintendent of Public Instruction$151,127$154,150
Insurance Commissioner$139,189$141,973
Members, Board of Equalization$130,490$133,100
Speaker of the Assembly$109,584$111,776
President Pro Tem of the Senate$109,584$111,776
Minority Floor Leader$109,584$111,776
Majority Floor Leader$102,437$104,486
Second Ranking Minority Leader$102,437$104,486
All Other Legislators$95,291$97,197


Source: Citizens Compensation Commission.


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