Economic Interest Disclosure
Public officials and candidates for state constitutional and legislative office and for elective office in a metropolitan governmental unit must periodically disclose certain financial interests.

Appointed public 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.

The statement 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.

Appointed and 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 interest disclosure.