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Secretary of State of Mississippi

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Secretary of State of Mississippi of Mississippi
Seal of the Secretary of State of Mississippi.jpg
Seal of the Secretary of State of Mississippi
Incumbent
Michael Watson

since January 14, 2020
Term lengthFour years, unlimited renewal
FormationConstitution of Mississippi
First holderDaniel Williams
Websitehttp://www.sos.ms.gov/

The secretary of state of Mississippi is a constitutional official originally established under the Article IV, §14 of Mississippi Constitution of 1817, and was reestablished under Article V, §133 of the Mississippi Constitution of 1890.[1]

The current secretary of state is Michael Watson.

Organization

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

List of secretaries of the Territory of Mississippi

# Name Term of office
1 John Steele 1798—1801
2 Cato West 1803—January 26, 1805
3 Thomas Hill Williams January 26, 1805—1805
4 Cowles Mead 1806—1807
5 Thomas Hill Williams 1807—1809
6 Henry Dangerfield 1810—1814
7 Nathaniel A. Ware 1815—1816

List of secretaries of the State of Mississippi

References for this section[2][3]

# Name Term of office Party
1 Daniel Williams 1817—1821
2 John A. Grimball 1821—1833
3 D. C. Dickson 1833—1835
4 Barry W. Benson 1835—1837
5 David Dickson 1837—1839
6 T. B. Woodward 1839—1841
7 L. G. Galloway 1841—1843
8 Wilson Hemingway 1843—1847
9 Samuel Stamps 1847—1850
10 Joseph Bell December 1850—1852
11 James A. Horne 1852—1854
12 William H. Muse 1854—January 9, 1855
13 A. B. Dilworth January 10, 1855—January 1860
14 B. R. Webb January 10, 1860—January 16, 1860
15 C. A. Brougher April 16, 1860—1865
16 Alexander Warner[4] June 1865 — August 1869 Republican
17 Henry Musgrove 1869
18 James D. Lynch 1869—1872 Republican
19 Hiram Rhodes Revels 1872—1873 Republican
20 H. C. Carter 1873 Republican
21 M. M. McLeod 1873 Republican
22 H. C. Carter 1873—1874 Republican
23 James Hill 1874—1878 Republican
24 Kinloch Falconer January 1878—September 23, 1878 Democratic
25 D. P. Porter September 25, 1878 — November 15, 1878 Democratic
26 Henry C. Myers 1878—1886 Democratic
27 George M. Govan 1886—1896 Democratic
28 John Logan Power 1896—1901 Democratic
29 Joseph Withers Power 1901—1926 Democratic
30 Walker Wood 1926—1948 Democratic
31 Heber Austin Ladner 1948—1980 Democratic
32 Ed Pittman 1980—1984 Democratic
33 Dick Molpus 1984—1996 Democratic
34 Eric Clark 1996—2008 Democratic
35 Delbert Hosemann 2008—2020 Republican
36 Michael Watson 2020—present Republican

See also

References

  1. ^ History of the Office of Mississippi Secretary of State
  2. ^ Mississippi (1898). Department Reports.
  3. ^ Rowland, Dunbar (1917). The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi. Department of Archives and History.
  4. ^ Powell, William Henry (1893). Officers of the Army and Navy (volunteer) who Served in the Civil War. L. R. Hamersly & Company. p. 168.

External links

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