Candidates & Committees

Learn how to register your candidacy or committee and report campaign financial activity, including contributions and expenses.

Personal Financial Affairs Disclosure

Report required personal financial data at the start of a campaign and annually if you’re elected or appointed to office. 

Incidental Committees

Learn if you qualify as an incidental committee and how to register and start reporting.


Learn how and when to report lobbying expenses and which activities must be reported. 

Independent Expenditures 

Learn when to report independent expenditures made in support of or opposition to a candidate or ballot measure as well as electioneering communications that identify a candidate. 

Forms & Reports Directory

Know what you’re looking for? View a list of all PDC reports, with links to online filing tools.

Reporting Tips

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


As part of the Public Disclosure Commission’s ongoing effort to redesign its online lobbying reporting system, the agency today launched a new lobbying reporting dashboard.

The new dashboard display allows filers to submit lobbyist registrations (L-1), monthly lobbying reports (L-2) and…


Starting June 6, all campaign yard signs must include sponsor identification, or “paid for by” statements.

Previously, campaign yard signs 4 feet by 8 feet or smaller were not required to include sponsor ID. This year, the state Legislature removed that exemption by passing House Bill…


The Public Disclosure Commission on May 23 will consider emergency rulemaking regarding House Bill 2032, which passed in the 2024 legislative session and requires sponsor identification on yard signs 4 feet by 8 feet or smaller.  

Previously, campaign signs under that size were…

Reporting System Outages 

We document all reporting system outages. See the list and subscribe for updates.