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The California Citizens Compensation Commission voted Wednesday to restore some pay cuts to state lawmakers and statewide elected officials, amounting to a raise of more than 5 percent from current salaries. Here are the current base salaries and the salaries after the raises take effect Dec. 1:

Governor: from $165,288 to $173,987.

Lieutenant governor: from $123,965 to $130,490.

Attorney general: from $143,571 to $151,127.

Secretary of state: from $123,965 to $130,490.

Controller: from $132,230 to $139,189.

Treasurer: from $132,230 to $139,189.

Superintendent of public instruction: from $143,571 to $151,127.

Insurance commissioner: from $132,230 to $139,189.

Board of Equalization members: from $123,965 to $130,490.

Speaker of the Assembly: from $104,105 to $109,584.

President pro tem of the Senate: from $104,105 to $109,584.

Minority floor leader: from $104,105 to $109,584.

Majority floor leader: from $97,315 to $102,437.

Second ranking minority leader: from $97,315 to $102,437.

All other lawmakers: from $90,526 to $95,291.