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Document Blueprint for Job Creation
AVON, IN - Indiana Secretary of State and Republican Nominee for Indiana's 4thCongressional District, Todd Rokita, released his updated recovery plan today.
Program designed to help defrauded Hoosier investors is nation’s first
Indiana Senate passes redistricting reform legislation; bills move to Indiana House
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita praised the Indiana Senate for passing redistricting reform legislation that would establish guidelines for the legislative redistricting process following the census in 2011. The Senate also passed legislation that would establish a redistricting study committee to examine best practices from other states, including the practice of an independent commission to draw the maps.
ndiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita Comments on Indiana House Republicans’ Redistricting Proposals
INDIANA STATEHOUSE - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita issued the following statement today regarding the Indiana House Republicans’ legislative platform including redistricting reforms:
Indianapolis area investment advisor faces nine new felony charges for fraudulent sale of securities following investigation by the Secretary of State’s Prosecution Assistance Unit and Hamilton County Prosecutor
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today that nine additional charges of fraudulent sale of securities were filed today against Marcus Schrenker by the office of Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney Sonia Leerkamp. The new charges are Class C Felonies, each carrying a possible sentence of two to eight years in prison, and are in addition to the two felony counts of securities fraud Schrenker was charged with in Hamilton County in January of this year.
Indiana Secretary of State Prosecution Assistance Unit helps uncover alleged investment fraud where victims were approached through popular Web site
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced the arrest today by the Indiana State Police of Wanda Robertson at her home in Indianapolis. Robertson faces nine separate felony counts in Johnson County involving violations of Indiana’s Securities Act. The arrest comes after an investigation conducted by the Indiana State Police with assistance by Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita’s Prosecution Assistance Unit (PAU). Charges were filed by Johnson County Prosecutor Brad Cooper. Robertson faces up to eight years in prison for each class C felony and is being held on $72,000 bond.
54-page document details state's voter outreach and collaboration with local election officials
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Secretary of State Todd Rokita, Indiana's Chief Election Officer, has published a 54-page report on his office's pre-election activity in preparation for the 2008 General Election. The report is available on the Secretary of State's Web page at www.in.gov/sos.
Highlights of the report include:
Indiana Secretary of State Reports on Statewide Voter File and Process for Verifying Voter Registrations
Secretary Rokita Calls for Election Officials to Remain Committed to Ensuring Election Integrity by Utilizing Available Methods of Verifying Voter Registrations
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita issued the following statement today regarding the use of Social Security Numbers as an appropriate and viable way to verify voter registration forms in Indiana:
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - A successful endeavor featuring multiple state agencies is making a reappearance. Last fall, the agencies introduced "INgov Roadshows" to three Indiana communities, and the high attendance has encouraged the partnership to expand.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita issued the following statement today in response to a lawsuit filed by the League of Women Voters in Marion County Superior Court. The suit challenges the constitutionality of Indiana's requirement that voters must prove their identity by presenting a photo ID before casting a ballot. In April, the United States Supreme Court upheld Indiana's law.