Campaign Disclosures

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To ensure integrity of Campaign Statements, each page, as submitted to the City Clerk, is scanned and placed in the City's Imaging System. All original documents (un-redacted) are public information and available in the City Clerk Department for review during regular business hours Monday through Friday, or copied at the cost of .10 cents per page.

Campaign Disclosure Statements

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) and local campaign ordinance requires reports from committees, candidates and elected officials at various times of the year. All filings are scanned and available for viewing through the City's Imaging System, according to the applicable schedule.

To begin browsing or searching documents, please click on the following links which will direct you to the City's Imaging System:

Current Councilmembers Campaign Disclosures

Once in the imaging system, select the City Clerk Folder, then Campaign Disclosures. Forms are maintained under folders titled: Candidates (Not Elected), Committees or Elected. If you have any questions on the Imaging System, please go to "Weblink-City Records/Document" page for instructions.

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) was created by the Political Reform Act of 1974, a ballot initiative passed by California voters in 1974 as Proposition 9.

To meet its responsibilities under the Act, the Commission adopts and amends regulations, develops required forms, prepares manuals and instructions, aids agencies and public officials with record keeping and reporting and maintains a central file of statement of economic interests (SEI) for certain state and local officials.