File a Statement of Financial Interests
The Ethics Act provides that public officials, public employees, solicitors, candidates and nominees – as those terms are defined by the Ethics Act – must file the Statement of Financial Interests form. Public officials and public employees are specifically required to file the Statement of Financial Interests form each year the position is held and the year following termination of service.
Each year, the filing deadline for solicitors, public officials and public employees (who are not candidates or nominees) is May 1. This means that for solicitors, public officials and public employees (who are not candidates or nominees) the forms for calendar year 2019 are due to be filed by May 1, 2020. Candidates and nominees are subject to different filing deadlines and should contact the State Ethics Commission for further information.
All filers, excluding those current/active statewide officials and employees who are required to file with the Governor’s Office of Administration, are welcome to electronically file at our website. See detailed filing instructions as well as the electronic form available at this link:
For those filers who would like to file the traditional paper form, you may print a copy at this link:
Statement of Financial Interests
Please see the back of the form for filing requirements (who must file, where to file and when to file).
It is important to note that all filers will still need to submit a copy of their electronically filed form, or their paper form, to all required filing locations other than the State Ethics Commission.