Secretary of State of Nebraska

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The Secretary of State of Nebraska is one of the constitutional officers of the U.S. state of Nebraska. In Nebraska, the Secretary of State is elected for a four-year term. Vacancies are filled by appointment by the Governor.

The current Secretary of State is John A. Gale.

Organization[edit]

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

Additional duties[edit]

The Nebraska Secretary of State is the keeper of the Great Seal of the State of Nebraska, and the state's main advisor on youth civics education. The Secretary is also in charge of filing, certifying, and distributing state agency rules and regulations which are to become part of the Nebraska Administrative Code. The Secretary is the state's "chief protocol officer", with the duty of promoting commerce, cultural exchange and educational studies between Nebraska and foreign nations.

Boards and commissions[edit]

Nebraska Secretary of State holds ex officio these posts of the following boards and commissions:

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