Secretary of State of Arkansas

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The Secretary of State of Arkansas is one of the elected constitutional officers of the U.S. state of Arkansas.

The current Secretary of State is the Republican Mark Martin, a former member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Washington County in northwestern Arkansas.


The Secretary of State's Office is composed of seven divisions:

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The Secretary of State also publishes the state's administrative regulations and the state gazette, the Arkansas Register.[1]


Only Democrats were elected to the office of Secretary of State from Reconstruction until the retirement of Charlie Daniels to run for State Auditor in 2010, when the first modern-day Republican to hold the office, Mark Martin, was elected.

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