When you have completed the F-1 application, the Review page will inform you of any missing information from the previous section. If it finds any problems, it will list them. Click the FIX IT button to go back to that section, correct the problem, then click the word "Review" on the right side to go back to the Review screen. The review screen will say "Looks good" when it finds no problems. Click the NEXT button to see the summary of what you have entered. Click NEXT then click the Certify button to submit your form.

Use of Public Facilities Prohibition

When you are ready to submit your F-1 form to the PDC, click the Certify button. The certification screen includes a certification that, if you are an executive state officer or are professional staff, or if you are a local elected official, that you are familiar with the rules about the use of public resources in campaigns.

State officials certify that they have read the provisions of RCW 42.52.180; local officials certify that they have read the provisions of RCW 42.17A.555. These statutes prohibit the use of public facilities to support or oppose a candidate or ballot proposition. There are several resources for those who want more information about these prohibitions or who have questions about specific activities:

Executive Ethics Board enforces the law for elected state executive officials and state employees,

Legislative Ethics Board enforces the law for legislators and professional staff;

Judicial Conduct Commission enforces the Judicial Canons and may offer advice for some ethics questions;

Public Disclosure Commission enforces the law for local elected officials and local government employees; and the attorney for the jurisdiction that has the question or the county prosecutor's office sometimes can answer ethics-related questions.

Type in the words I CERTIFY with no punctuation on the top line then type in your name, email, and phone number. When you have filled out that screen, click the green SUBMIT button.