Economic Interest Disclosure
and candidates for state constitutional and legislative office and
for elective office in a metropolitan governmental unit must periodically
disclose certain financial interests.
officials file a Statement of Economic Interest within 14 or 60 days,
depending on position. Candidates file a Statement of Economic Interest
within 14 days after filing an affidavit of candidacy. State candidates
file with the Board; metropolitan governmental unit candidates file
with the governing body of the metropolitan governmental unit.
discloses occupation, principal place of business, sources of compensation
in excess of $50 in a month, business and professional activity categories, securities and non-homestead real property
holdings in excess of $2,500, and interests in pari-mutuel horse racing
. The statement covers the period from one month before appointment
or filing for office through the date of appointment or the date the
candidate filed for office for a non-incumbent and from April 1 through
the date the candidate filed for office for an incumbent.
elected public officials file an annual statement
of economic interest for each year they serve in office.
Call 651-539-1180 or 800-657-3889 if you have questions about economic