Talk:Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina

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Robert Franklin Armfield[edit]

Robert Franklin Armfield was (3rd) Lieutenant Governor in the Time of 1875–1876, according to [1] why is he not named and counted in here? So Mark Robinson would be the 36th one. In german wikipedia he is counted so we have now 36 Lieutenant Governor. I wont do such a big improvement in a foreign language. So please change it, if that fact is correct. Thank you Thopas (talk) 11:16, 28 February 2021 (UTC)

Issues with terms of office[edit]

I was reading up on the North Carolina Constitution recently. Article III, Section 2, Subsection 1, states; “Their term of office shall be four years and shall commence on the first day of January next after their election and continue until their successors are elected and qualified” which refers to the terms of both the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. This has been in the NC Constitution since 1971 so all governors and lt. governors after 1971 have started their terms on January 1st, therefore we have been using the governors public inauguration dates as their term starts which are incorrect, furthermore stands with the council of state. NorthSouthCarolinian (talk) 06:54, 3 March 2021 (UTC)