The secretary of state's office is divided into five divisions:
The Administrative Services Division keeps track of the money for the other parts of the office. This division is also responsible for the registration of notaries public, apostilles and document authentication, and is the official registrar for all state regulations.
The Compliance Division oversees the securities industry in the state, investigates violations of securities laws, and provides financial education to the public.
The Elections Division administers elections. This task includes recording voting results for statewide elections and ensuring compliance with campaign finance laws and state and federal election laws. This division is also responsible for the registration of lobbyists.
The Technology Division maintains the secretary of state's employees' computer equipment and programs, and maintains the secretary's website.