Registration & Reporting 

Learn about financial reporting, including registration and reporting options, how to report, and what to do at the end of a campaign. 

Personal Financial Affairs Disclosure 

Learn when and how to report required personal financial information to disclose potential conflicts of interest. 

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Curious about PDC terms? Check out our glossary with all the definitions, or view a recording of our compliance training class. 

Reporting Tips

Check out the latest updates on reporting tools and resources — as well as timely reporting tips.


Today, the Public Disclosure Commission is launching a much-improved reporting system for last-minute contributions (LMCs).  

Rather than using a separate application, candidates and committees will now access the LMC reporting system by…


The Public Disclosure Commission is updating its public agency lobbying reporting to use the Secure Access Washington (SAW) single sign-on system.  

Starting today, all public agency lobbyist filers can begin to link their SAW account to the PDC’s L-5 reporting system. Users are strongly…


At its February meeting, the Commission voted to make inflationary adjustments to campaign finance reporting thresholds and contribution limits. The new, higher limits take effect April 1, 2023.

The change in the reporting thresholds and contribution limits reflect changes in economic…

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