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Good morning. I'm Anne Levinson, Chair of the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission. The PDC is the state agency responsible for overseeing and enforcing our state's campaign finance and disclosure laws. I want to thank the Attorney General for taking the action that he has announced… read more

PDC announces transition of Executive Director and names new Assistant Director

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The Public Disclosure Commission announced today that its Executive Director, Evelyn Fielding Lopez, will be leaving in May to pursue other interests.

The Commission also announced the… read more

Governor Inslee announces appointment of David Ammons to PDC

OLYMPIA Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointment of David Ammons to the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission. Ammons, who resides in Olympia, was the longest-serving capitol reporter in state history, much of it… read more

The Public Disclosure Commission is seeking public comment on a **draft** interpretation regarding Seattle Democracy Vouchers.

Background:

In November 2015, Seattle voters approved I-222, which, among other things, adopted a Democracy Voucher Program to be administered by the Seattle… read more

In 2014, the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) found the Food Democracy Action! (FDA) and Food Democracy Action! Yes on I-522 (FDA-WA State PAC) had committed multiple apparent violations of RCW 42.17A and referred the matter to the Washington State Attorney General's Office for appropriate… read more

The Grocery Manufacturers Association was ordered to pay $18 million, the largest campaign finance penalty in US history.

Anne Levinson, chair of the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission, which enforces our state's campaign expenditure and disclosure laws, praised the decision: "… read more

On June 30, the Public Disclosure Commission released a new online reporting system for lobbyists and their employers. The new system is a component of the PDC's phased plan to modernize its online presence and provide timelier and more robust public access to information about who lobbies… read more

Judge Anne Levinson (ret.) of Seattle and Judge John Bridges (ret.) of Malaga were elected Chair and Vice-Chair of the Public Disclosure Commission, effective July 1. The Chair is chosen annually by fellow commissioners, and presides over commission meetings and enforcement matters.

"As… read more

The Public Disclosure Commission on April 11 launched a new website that supports its mission to provide timely and meaningful public access to accurate information. Replacing the website is the first phase of on ongoing project to overhaul and modernize the PDC's online presence.

"Users… read more