Campaign Statements

Campaign Statements for the November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election


Candidate Intention Statement (Form 501)

The Political Reform Act requires a candidate for state or local office to file a Form 501 for each election, including reelection to the same office.  A candidate must file the Form 501 before they solicit or receive any contributions or before they make expenditures from personal funds on behalf of their candidacy.

RECIPIENT COMMITTEE STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION (FORM 410)

  • A recipient committee is any individual (including an officeholder or a candidate), group of individuals, organization, or any other entity that receives contributions totaling $2,000 or more during a calendar year.
  • The Political Reform Act requires a recipient committee to file a statement of organization (Form 410) once it has received $2,000 in contributions. Forms for the past calendar year are provided:

RECIPIENT COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT (FORM 460)

  • The Political Reform Act requires receipts and expenditures in election campaigns to be fully and truthfully disclosed; Form 460 is used by all recipient committees or any candidate or officeholder who does not control a recipient committee to disclose receipts, expenditures, and other financial activity.

24-HOUR/10-DAY CONTRIBUTION REPORT (FORM 497)

  • Local committees must file a Form 497 when contributions that total in the aggregate $1,000 or more are either:

For previous campaign statements, please click here.