Maryland Secretary of State Elections
Appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, the Secretary of State attests to the Governor's signature on public papers and documents (Const., Art. II, secs. 22-23). The office is the repository for all executive orders and proclamations and is responsible for their distribution (Code State Government Article, secs. 3-404, 3-405). The Secretary of State also maintains records of all commissions issued and appointments made by the Governor (Code State Government Article, secs. 7-101 through 7-222).
Wineland Building (State House in background), 16 Francis St., Annapolis, Maryland, March 2014. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.With regard to elections, the Secretary of State receives petitions to bring Acts of the General Assembly to referendum, and publishes them together with constitutional amendments to be voted upon in the general elections (Const., Art. XVI; Code Election Law Article, sec. 6-205). Upon the presidential primary ballot, the Secretary may place the names of those candidates determined to be advocated generally or recognized in the media (Code Election Law Article, sec. 8-502).
Bills adopted by the General Assembly and approved by the Governor are received and assigned chapter numbers by the Secretary of State (Code State Government Article, sec. 2-1511). The Secretary also advertises and records all the Governor's pardons and commutations.
The Secretary of State chairs the Governor's Subcabinet for International Affairs, and serves on the Governor's Executive Council, and the Board of State Canvassers.
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When was Condoleezza Rice elected into secretary of state?
The office of US Secretary of State is not elected but appointed by the US President.
Thus Condoleezza Rice was nominated by President Bush on November 16, 2004, and on January 26, 2005, the Senate confirmed her nomination by a vote of 85-13.
Who was the Secretary of State after the election of 1824
Henry Clay was the 9th Secretary of State in 1824 under John Quincy Adams. He was apart of the Whig party.