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Lieutenant Governors of North Carolina

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  • Elijah Longstreet Daughtridge (1863 - 1921)
    Longstreet Daughtridge, farmer, merchant, and politician, was born in Edgecombe County near Rocky Mount, the fourth of seven children (five girls and two boys) born to William M. and Dellah Williford D...
  • Lt. Colonel Robert Franklin Armfield (CSA) (1829 - 1898)
    Franklin Armfield (July 9, 1829 – November 9, 1898) was the Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina from 1875 to 1876, and a U.S. Representative from North Carolina between 1879 and 1883. Franklin Armfie...
  • Walter H. Dalton (1949 - d.)
    H. Dalton (born May 21, 1949) is an American attorney and politician who served as the 33rd Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. A member of the Democratic Party, he served six terms in the state sen...
  • James Carson Gardner, U.S. Congress
    Carson Gardner, a Representative from North Carolina; born in Rocky Mount, Nash County, N.C., April 8, 1933; educated in the public schools of Rocky Mount, and North Carolina State University at Raleig...
  • James C. Green (1921 - 2000)
    Collins "Jimmy" Green (February 24, 1921 – February 4, 2000) was a North Carolina politician who served as Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives (1975–1976) and as the 28th Lieutenant ...

The Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina is the second highest elected official in the U.S. state of North Carolina and is the only elected official to have powers in both the legislative and executive branches of state government. The current Lieutenant Governor is Dan Forest, a Republican.

As of 2008, the administrative offices of the Lieutenant Governor are located in the historic Hawkins-Hartness House on N. Blount Street in Raleigh's Government District. The Lieutenant Governor also maintains an office at the nearby North Carolina State Legislative Building. At one time, the Lieutenant Governor had an office in the North Carolina State Capitol.

List of lieutenant governors