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John Chiang is an American politician of the Democratic Party serving as the California State Treasurer since January 5, 2015. He previously served as California State Controller from 2007 to 2015 and on the California Board of Equalization from 1997 to 2007. On May 17, 2016, Chiang announced his campaign for ...


John Chiang is widely recognized as California's fiscally responsible progressive leader. As our state's Controller (2007-2014) and current Treasurer, he has a proven track record of increasing transparency and accessibility in state government and holding government officials accountable when they refuse to do their job.


Jul 31, 2017 ... State Treasurer John Chiang, a candidate for governor, hopes Californians will prefer his calm demeanor over the charisma of rivals Gavin Newsom and Antonio Villaraigosa.


As the State's Leader in Investments, Banking and Finance, We Offer Helpful Resources in These Areas: Economic Development Housing Health Education · Community Investments Small Business Education · California State Treasurer John Chiang ...


Nov 2, 2017 ... State Treasurer and candidate for governor John Chiang has launched a website attacking the record of Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the front-...


Biography. California State Treasurer John Chiang meets with Treasurer's Office staff and officials from the U.S. Department. John Chiang was elected on Nov. 4, 2014, as California's 33rd State Treasurer. As the state's banker, he oversees trillions of dollars in annual transactions, manages a $75 billion investment portfolio, ...


The latest Tweets from John Chiang (@JohnChiangCA). California's 33rd State Treasurer and Candidate for Governor 2018. Fighting for upward socioeconomic mobility and equal opportunity for all! #CADem #JoinJohn. California, USA.


Sep 30, 2017 ... Democrat John Chiang, a candidate for California governor in 2018, earned nearly $185000 a year in income and paid a tax rate of more than 23 percent.


Aug 14, 2017 ... California Treasurer John Chiang has helped award tens of millions in tax credits and bonds over the last decade to a handful of affordable housing developers who contributed to his political campaigns. A review of their projects by The Sacramento Bee found that Chiang has accepted more than $100,000 ...