Robert T. King (March 15, 1917 – September 18, 1970) was a Vermont Republican politician who served as Auditor of Accounts.
Following his military service King attended Burlington Business College in Burlington, Vermont.
In 1950 King received a bachelor's degree in accounting from the College of William & Mary and accepted a position on the staff of Vermont's Auditor of Accounts.
A lifelong bachelor, King was active in Jericho's civic affairs, including service as Moderator for the Mount Mansfield Union School District, the Underhill Graded School District and the Underhill-Jericho Water District.
In 1963 King was appointed Deputy State Auditor.
King was the successful Republican nominee for State Auditor in 1968 and served from January, 1969 until his death.
- Vermont Birth Records, 1909-2008, entry for Robert Thomas King
- 1920 U.S. Census Entry for Pearley J. King family
- 1930 U.S. Census Entry for Pearley J. King family
- 1940 U.S. Census Entry for Pearley J. King family
- Vermont Legislative Directory, published by Vermont Secretary of State, 1969, page 753
- U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, entry for Robert T. King
- Vermont Legislative Directory and State Manual, published by Vermont Secretary of State, 1963, page 713
- Newspaper article, Auditor King to Run Again, by Associated Press, North Adams (Mass.) Transcript, April 16, 1970
- Newspaper article, State Auditor King Says He'll Run Again, Bennington Banner, April 14, 1970
- Newspaper article, King Seeks GOP nomination for Auditor of Accounts, Bennington Banner, July 10, 1968
- Newspaper article, State Auditor King, 53, Dies of Heart Attack, by United Press International, published in Bennington Banner, September 18, 1970
- Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008 Record for Robert T. King
- Newspaper article, Election Sweep is Scored By Republicans In Vermont, by Associated Press, published in Newport (R.I.) Daily News, November 4, 1970
Jay H. Gordon
|Vermont Auditor of Accounts
1969 – 1970
Alexander V. Acebo
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