The work non-profits provide to our state is vitally important. Non-profits can achieve many more possibilities than government can dream of. They also help save billions of tax payer dollars annually from the services they provide to our communities. As the next Secretary of State, I will use the office to improve services to non-profits and help develop aggressive enforcement of bad players who damage the names of non-profits, while they robbed our citizens of their monies. My first responsibility is to restart a non-profit quarterly round table meeting. The office must improve the environment for which non-profits must operate within this state. We must understand the challenges they face day in and day out, to help provide education and resources to advance their missions. The Secretary of States office must be viewed as a helping hand and not a bureaucratic nightmare to deal with.