Nov 06, 2018
May 17, 2018 - Jul 12, 2018
The Colorado Secretary of State is an elected constitutional officer in Colorado's state government. Elected every four years, the secretary of state oversees the registration of Colorado businesses, notaries, charities, trade names and a variety of other factors, manages the state's elections and administers campaign finance laws. The secretary handles a variety of matters related to registration, filing and administration. Some prominent duties include: Registering businesses, trade names and handling other business-related filings; Administering the Uniform Commercial Code in Colorado; Registering charitable organizations and professional fundraisers, as well as political lobbyists; Licensing notaries public; Certifying bingo, raffle and other gaming managers; Running the state's elections, registering voters, managing campaign finance laws and filings, certifying citizen ballot initiatives and other elections-related tasks. The salary for this office is $68,500/year.