- Persons elected to office in each year following the year in which the election occurs
- Contributions of $1,000 or more, if received between the last report due before an election and the election must be reported within two business days of receipt.
- Persons leaving office with excess funds until such funds are expended as provided in the Act
- Unsuccessful candidates with excess funds, or who receive contributions to retire debt incurred, until such funds are expended, or such unpaid debts are satisfied December 31 filing only)
|Personal Financial Disclosure Schedule|
Candidate for Public Office:
A Financial Disclosure Statement covering the period of the preceding calendar year shall be filed no later than the fifteenth day following the date of qualifying as a candidate. Candidates for state wide office file not later than seven days after qualifying for office. Only one Financial Disclosure Statement is required per calendar year.
Special requirements for State-Wide Candidates:
State-wide candidates must disclose more information than other candidates for public office and the additional disclosure sections required of state wide candidates must be completed in the year of election filing.