Under the "Fair Campaign Practices Act", the candidate committees of candidates for statewide offices must submit a post-election report disclosing contributions and expenditures 30 days after the major election in election years. The committees of candidates for county, special district, and municipal offices must submit a post-election report 30 days after the primary election, where applicable, and 30 days after the major election in election years. Under the public official disclosure law and the fair campaign practices act, certain individuals in public office are required to file a personal disclosure statement and an annual report.
personal disclosure statement within 180 days before January 10 from having to file an annual personal disclosure statement for that year annual report from the requirement of filing a personal disclosure statement. individual incumbent seeking reelection who files a personal disclosure statement within 180 days before January 10 meets the annual personal disclosure reporting requirements an annual report is exempt from the requirement of filing a personal disclosure statement.
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(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)