Barbara visits with CA Congresswoman Mimi Walters
(Orange County, CA; 2016) - It was a pleasure visiting with Congresswoman Mimi Walters of California during the Republican Main Street Partnership’s Women2Women Conversations event in Orange County, California.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske Honored by NASS
(Carson City, Nev.; August 3, 2015) - Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske has been named 2015-2016 co-chair of the Standing Committee on Securities with the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) by NASS President Tom Schedler of Louisiana.
"I'm honored that Secretary Schedler appointed me to be co-chair of the securities committee during my first year in office," said Cegavske. "It's a pleasure to serve with my fellow secretaries of state to carry out the duties of our position, and I am eager to co-chair a committee that aims to protect the rights of investors."
Committee leadership assignments are based upon member interest and participation, as well as criteria established by NASS bylaws. Each NASS committee has bipartisan leadership, with one Democrat and one Republican appointed to serve as co-chairs.
NASS also has an 11-member Executive Board, which serves as the governing body for the organization. National officers were elected by full member vote on July 12, 2015 at the NASS summer conference in Portland, Maine.
All officers and committee leaders will serve until July 2016.
A full roster of members for each NASS committee, as well as committee descriptions, may be found on the NASS website at this link.
Founded in 1904, NASS is the oldest, nonpartisan professional organization of public officials in the U.S. Membership is open to the 50 states and all U.S. territories. NASS serves as a medium for the exchange of information between states and fosters cooperation in the development of public policy. The association has key initiatives in the areas of elections and voting, state business services, digital archiving, international relations and state securities regulation, as well as several well-established awards programs.
Clark Country Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria and Secretary of State Barbara Cevaske were asked to visit King Elementary School by student Jai Manteris so he and his classmates could learn more about the election process. The two officials brought 10 voting machines to the school on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. PHOTO COURTESY SUE MANTERIS.
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Barbara, Keynote Speaker at the Carson High School Honor Society Induction.
Barbara at the 2015 Elko County Fair.
Barbara Cegavske For Nevada Secretary of State
Thank you for visiting my website. I am humbled by the support and encouragement I have received in my quest to become the next Secretary of State in Nevada. There are many reasons I have elected to run for this office.
Main Goals & Priorities
One of my main goals is to ensure the integrity of elections in Nevada. It is one of the fundamental tenets of our state and federal constitution in which we all believe. I strongly support and encourage the active participation of all the citizens of Nevada to exercise their right to vote. Nevada voters deserve assurance that the manner in which their elections are conducted and in which the votes are counted, is above reproach. I will endeavor to provide that assurance.
Another of my priorities will be to establish Nevada as the best state in which to conduct business. It is imperative we attract diverse and state-of-the-art industries to our great state. Toward that end, I pledge to encourage the creation of new businesses and jobs in Nevada by ensuring the cost of doing business is fair, reasonable, and competitive with other states.
Working on Behalf of Nevadans
I am most proud of my work in the State Assembly and Senate on behalf of families and businesses in our state. As your Secretary of State, I will guarantee the office will focus on ways to improve business development so our families prosper and our business environment flourishes.
My 18 years of legislative experience, especially chairing the Senate Legislative Operations and Election Committee and my first hand knowledge as a former business owner, uniquely qualify me to successfully execute the duties and responsibilities of Secretary of State.
From 1996 through the present day, I served 6 years in Nevada’s Assembly followed by 12 years in the State Senate. During my tenure in the Assembly, I held numerous legislative leadership positions including Assistant Assembly Minority Whip (1997) and Assistant Minority Leader (1999 – 2001). While serving my three terms in the State Senate, I also led as Senate Minority Whip (2009) and Assistant Senate Minority Leader (2011).
It is my honor and privilege to represent the residents of Senate District 8 since 2002 and in Assembly District 5 prior to that. I believe my integrity and honesty have earned the trust and respect from the residents of all political persuasions.
It will be my honor and privilege to serve as your next Secretary of State. I pledge to follow the Constitutions of the United States and Nevada when administering the duties of Secretary of State.
NewsTuesday, October 21, 2014 1:37 AM
I am humbled that the voters of Assembly District 5 and Senate District 8 have elected me to represent them in Carson City for the last18 years. It's been an honor and a privilege, and I hope you'll consider my campaign for secretary of state.
The office consists of eight divisions. My focus in this letter will be the business and elections aspects. It is my goal to make Nevada the premier state in the country to do business, because more businesses means more jobs.
Monday, October 13, 2014 12:05 PM
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Thursday, October 9, 2014 12:58 PM
STATE SENATOR BARBARA CEGAVSKE, who is running for secretary of state, says she supports a voter ID law for Nevada, although she says the one proposed by Secretary of State Ross Miller was too costly.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 10:37 AM
LAUGHLIN — The Laughlin Economic Development Corporation’s series of political forums continued last Thursday with the appearance of Barbara Cegavske, candidate for Nevada secretary of state; Mark Hutchison, who is running for the office of lieutenant governor; and State Sen. Joe Hardy, who is running unopposed.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 9:06 PM
Barbara Cegavske Receives Sandoval Endorsement