The Secretary of State is in the middle of an effort to clean up the state's voter rolls.
A law that goes into effect today in Indiana allows private companies to raise up to $2 million from crowdfunding.
Some Indiana voters are receiving a postcard from the state to confirm their active voting status.
About 13 percent of Indiana's registered voters turned out for last month's primary election, according to numbers the secretary of state released today.
The state of Indiana plans to spend $2.1 million to clean up its voter rolls.
Secretary of State Charlie White is not being required to serve his one-year home detention sentence while he appeals convictions of voter fraud.
Marion County Clerk Beth White will likely be running against incumbent Connie Lawson for secretary of state.
Charlie White's attorney is arguing his previous attorney did not properly defend him because he did not allow White to take the stand.
A lawsuit filed in 2009 claims the Indiana State Teachers Association defrauded school employees out of $27 million.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson visited Bartholomew County on Monday to discuss how the county could use vote centers in future elections.