These are fillable forms that can be filled out on a computer and the filled in forms can then be saved.
One important change that will be implemented this year as a result of the passage of House Bill 188 during the 2017 legislative session is that campaign finance forms must be filed electronically—meaning that the candidate or treasurer must fax or email the completed, signed forms to the city clerk (no snail mail). The law does allow the city clerk to grant hardship waivers on an individual basis.
Right now you can file the C-1 form Appointment & Certification of Political Treasurer. We encourage you and your Treasurer to read the attached 2017 Campaign Finance Reporting Manual. In the manual you will find the calendar for your financial reports.
Campaign Finance Reporting Forms 2017
- C-1—Appointment & Certification of Political Treasurer.
- C-2—Campaign Financial Disclosure Report, including:
- Summary Page,
- Detailed Summary,
- Schedule A: Itemized Contributions,
- Schedule B: Itemized Expenditures,
- Schedule C: In-Kind Contributions and Expenditures,
- Schedule D: Loans,
- Schedule E: Credit Cards & Debt,
- Schedule E-1: Credit Card & Debt Itemization, and
- Schedule F: Pledged Contributions But Not Yet Received.
- C-4—Independent Expenditures.
- C-5—48-Hour Notice of Contributions/Loans Received of $1,000 or More.
- C-6—Statement by a Nonbusiness Entity.
- C-7—48-Hour Notice of Independent Expenditures of $1,000 or More.
- C-8—Report of Electioneering Communication