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Business Services offers a multitude of online services allowing you to conduct business entity searches, start a new business, apply to become a Notary public and search trademarks. In addition, the division authenticates apostilles and issues official Certificates of Existence.
Report a securities fraud: 1-800-223-8791
Charged with overseeing Indiana’s securities industry, the Securities Division also monitors the activities of mortgage and loan brokers, collection agencies, franchisors and financial advisors. The division also houses the Prosecution Assistance Unit, responsible for protecting Hoosier investors and consumers by bringing enforcement actions against securities violators. Indiana Investment Watch also lies within the division, and aims to promote financial literacy and educate investors.
This bi-partisan division of the Secretary of State's office overseas all elections in Indiana to ensure fairness and accuracy. Among this division's responsibilities is monitoring the Statewide Voter Registration System (SVRS). Through http://www.indianavoters.com/, the system allows individuals to view their polling locations, view the candidates on their ballots and register or update their voter information online.
Dealer Services Division
Dealer Services is the newest division under the Secretary of State and its main goal is to monitor motor vehicle dealers to ensure consumer safety when purchasing a vehicle. The division also oversees license, bond, off-site sales and insurance requirements.
Indiana Secretary of State
201 W. Washington Street, Room 201
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Phone: (317) 232-6531
Fax: (317) 233-3283
April 14, 2015 - Secretary of State Connie Lawson collecting suits for Dress for Success’s Send One Suit week. News Release
April 13, 2015 - Secretary of State investigation leads to arrest in virtual land scam. News Release
April 2, 2015 - Indianapolis man sentenced to 15 years for investment fraud charges. News Release