Where are Personal Financial Disclosure Statements Filed?
Candidates and public officials as defined by subsections (A) through (D) of 21-5-3(22) must file the Personal Financial Disclosure Statement electronically with the Campaign Finance Commission. That includes:
Every constitutional officer;
Every elected state official;
The executive head of every state department or agency, whether elected or appointed;
Each member of the General Assembly;
In order to file a PFD electronically, an individual must complete a PIN Application for e-filing Personal Financial Disclosure Statement. The Commission will then send the individual a filer id and password by email. The filer may then enter the Commission’s efiling system to submit his or her PFD.
Local candidates and public officials referred to in subsections (F) and (G) of 21-5-3(22)
File with the County Election Superintendent if you are a:
State Court Judge
Clerk of Superior Court
Other Elected Count Office (except Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisors)
Judge of Probate Court
Judge of Civil Court
Judge of Recorders Court
School Board Member
File with the municipal clerk or, if there is no clerk, with the chief executive officer of the municipality if you are a:
Judge of Municipal Court
Other Elected Municipal Office
Clerk of Municipal Court
Marshall of Municipal Court
Candidates seeking election to county or municipal offices may use electronic means to file their campaign contribution disclosure reports if such method is made available or may file by certified mail, or statutory overnight delivery, or personal delivery.
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