The office of Secretary of State was created by the Nevada State Constitution. The Secretary of State is an elected position within the executive branch of state government. The Secretary serves a four-year term. The Secretary is responsible for maintaining the official records of the acts of the Nevada Legislature and of the Executive Branch of state government, and for providing access to those records. In addition, the Secretary serves as a member of the State Board of Prison Commissioners, the State Board of Examiners, the State Records Committee, the State Advisory Committee on Participatory Democracy, and the Executive Branch Audit Committee.
The current Secretary of State is Francisco V. Aguilar (2023-present).
|Name||Held Office||Political Party|
|Frankie Sue Del Papa||1987-1991||Democratic|
|Francisco V. Aguilar||2023-present||Democratic|