View Full Version : What's the ranking of city and state officials?
04-23-2009, 9:01 AM
How does the heirarchy work? I'm guessing the first big position on the list is Mayor of a city, and then it progresses thru various positions up to Governor. Anyone got a basic list of how the ranks look?
04-23-2009, 5:17 PM
Not a hierarchy at all, officially. By virtue of fund raising ability, one official or another might be more influential in his/her party, but that's about all.
Gov is executive of the state, and to a large extent his authority covers all state officials.
But Mayors and County executives and boards of supervisors are not subordinate to anybody but (theoretically) their voters; mayors don't have to listen to governors. The various levels inside California sue each other all the time.
04-23-2009, 5:19 PM
Something like: Liar, Tool, then Puppet? Oh, that wasn't the response you were looking for?
04-23-2009, 5:35 PM
County Board of Supervisor
Speaker of the Assembly
US Representative (House)
Speaker of House
Senate Majority Leader
Senate President (The Vice-President of USA)
Also for state (CA): There are other constitutional officers (Secretary of State, Attorney General, Controller etc.)
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