Public Disclosure Commission Chair Nancy Isserlis will host a public engagement session, where members of the public will be invited to give feedback on two issues:  

Upcoming rulemaking on grassroots lobbying disclosure requirements to incorporate changes to state law, and  … read more

Public Disclosure Commission Chair Nancy Isserlis opened the September regular meeting of the PDC by announcing a second engagement session scheduled for Oct. 17.  

In the first engagement session, on Aug. 30, more than 20 people signed up to comment on two issues:  The state law… read more

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… read more

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… read more

Commission Chair Nancy Isserlis opened the Aug. 24 regular meeting of the Public Disclosure Commission with an acknowledgment of deadly wildfires during the past month in Washington and Hawaii, as well as a loss closer to home for the Commission and staff – the recent passing of PDC compliance… read more

Starting today, lobbyists and lobbyist employers will need to log in to file their reports using the Secure Access Washington (SAW) single sign-on system.

Single sign-on systems are more secure for users, and have become the standard for secure online logins. Many other state agencies… read more

The Public Disclosure Commission’s July 27, 2023, regular meeting included an update on lobbying disclosure rulemaking, an announcement of upcoming engagement sessions with the regulated community and others, and decisions on several enforcement matters.  

Perhaps the most anticipated of… read more

In a written order Thursday, July 27, the Public Disclosure Commission dismissed allegations that Spokane City Council member Zack Zappone had not properly reported the transfers of surplus contributions.

Read the order here.

Nancy Isserlis is the new chair of the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission.  

Isserlis, elected by her fellow commissioners at a meeting June 22 in Spokane, said she’s excited to take over as chair. She succeeds Fred Jarrett, who served as chair for two years. 

“The PDC… read more

The Public Disclosure Commission traveled to Spokane for its Thursday, June 22 regular meeting, as part of an ongoing effort to increase outreach to voters, candidates and the rest of the regulated community.  

“This is the first time the Commission has traveled in a very long time, if… read more