State officers

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One interesting aspect of federalism is that each state is free to structure its government its own ways. Most look the same, with a governor, legislature and judiciary (but does anyone know which state only has one house in its legislature?). But there are variations between the states in which public offices are elected. I have always found it interesting that in California the Insurance Commissioner is elected. In Arizona we have an elected Corporation Commission, the main function of which is to control regulated utilities and set rates. We also have an elected Mine Inspector; a carryover from the days when mining was the main industry.
Write 150 words for this question: can anyone else identify an elected office in your state (or a state you are familiar with) that is different from most states, and why do you think it is elected?
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