Secretary of State of Arkansas - Organization

Organization

The Secretary of State's Office is composed of seven divisions:

  • The Building & Grounds Division maintains the Arkansas State Capitol and its surrounding grounds and gardens.
  • The Business & Commercial Services Division is responsible for filing liens pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code, registering business entities and trademarks, collecting the state franchise tax, and licensing notaries public.
  • The Communications & Education Division provides public education about civics and the History of Arkansas, and produces various state publications.
  • The Elections Division administers elections, regulates campaign finance and lobbying, and ensures compliance with state and federal election laws.
  • The Fiscal Office deals with the internal financial, logistical, and personnel matters of the Office of the Secretary of State. They also distribute the Arkansas and United States flag.
  • The Secretary also runs the State Capitol Gift Shop.
  • The State Capitol Police provide security for the State Capitol building and police services for the Capitol Complex.

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