|Lieutenant Governor of Nevada|
|Term length||Four years, two term limit|
|Inaugural holder||John S. Crosman|
|Formation||Constitution of Nevada|
|Website||Office of the Lieutenant Governor|
The lieutenant governor of Nevada is an elected office in the U.S. state of Nevada. The lieutenant governor is based in Carson City, Nevada and elected for 4 year terms. The 35th and current lieutenant governor (since January 2019) is Kate Marshall (a Democrat). In August of 2021 Marshall announced she intends to resign sometime in the fall, as she has accepted a role in the Biden Administration. Her resignation won’t take effect until she is set to take her office. Governor Steve Sisolak has the authority to appoint a replacement to fill the balance of the term, subject to senate confirmation.
See List of governors of Nevada for a full list of lieutenant governors.
Living former lieutenant governors of Nevada
As of January 2019[update], eight former lieutenant governors of Nevada were alive. The oldest is Lonnie Hammargren (served 1995–1999, born 1937). The most recent lieutenant governor to die was Bob Cashell (served 1983–1987, born 1938) on February 11, 2020.
|Lt. Governor||Lt. Gubernatorial term||Date of birth (and age)|
|Harry Reid||1971–1975||December 2, 1939|
|Robert E. Rose||1975–1979||October 7, 1939|
|Bob Miller||1987–1989||March 30, 1945|
|Sue Wagner||1991–1995||January 6, 1940|
|Lonnie Hammargren||1995–1999||December 25, 1937|
|Lorraine Hunt||1999–2007||March 11, 1939|
|Brian Krolicki||2007–2015||December 31, 1960|
|Mark Hutchison||2015–2019||May 5, 1963|
|Kate Marshall||2019–present||July 22, 1959|