Change in Business Practices in Response to COVID19

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Campaign Finance Disclosure

Public Access Portal

In order to promote transparency, the County has implemented a Public Portal to view campaign & committee financial filings. 

This Public Portal contains financial information provided by candidates and committees. It can answer questions about who is contributing money, who is receiving money, and how it is being spent.

Use the Campaign Statement Public Portal to research campaign contributions and expenditures, review campaign statements filed by candidates and committees.

Click here to search filed campaign finance statements

Filer Portal

The Filer Portal is a web-based, data entry filing system that allows candidates and campaign committees to submit disclosure reports mandated by California's Political Reform Act to the Electronic Filing System free of charge.

Use the Filer Access Portal to create electronic campaign statements. Before you begin you must have received your Electronic Filing System login and password.  To get a login and password for your committee, email the Elections Office or call at (209) 754-6376.

Click here log in and file campaign finance statements

Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700)

The Political Reform Act (Government Code Sections 81000 – 91015) requires state, local public officials, and designated employees to publicly disclose their financial interests when assuming office, annually, and leaving office.  They must also disqualify themselves from participating in decisions that may affect their personal financial interests. The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) is the State agency responsible for issuing the Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700), and for interpreting the law’s provisions.

These public filings help officials and employees monitor their financial interests, identify when those interests might conflict with their government actions, and take steps to avoid conflicts of interests.

Click here to search filed Form 700’s

When must the Form 700 be filed?

The deadline for submitting the 2021 Annual Form 700 (2021/2022) is April 1, 2022.

  • Assuming Office: Within 30 days of the assumed office date.
  • Annual: Due by April 1 each year, or the following Monday if it falls on the weekend. 

 Exception: if you assumed office between October 1 and December 31, the Assuming Office Form 700 will act as both Assuming Office and Annual combined.

  • Leaving Office: Within 30 days of the leaving office date.

Remember to file on time – any person who is referred to FPPC’s Enforcement Division for not filing is subject to a late fine of $10 per day per position up to $100 for each day the statement is late.

Click here to log in and file a Form 700

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