Local Political Party Committee: How to Prepare and File Reports
Commence Recordkeeping and Reporting
A local party committee must file disclosure reports with OCPF if, during a reporting period, any portion of its financial activity (receipts, expenditures, in-kind contributions, liabilities, or acquiring or disposing of assets) exceeds $100. If a committee exceeds this threshold after not having filed for several periods, the report it files must include activity dating back to the last report filed. In other words, it would include the periods during which its activity did not meet the reporting threshold.
Please visit the Filing Schedules page to view the Non-Depository Committees reporting
If the committee needs to electronically file, you can log on to
Reporter OCPF's online filing application.
Candidates and committees must maintain detailed accounts of all contributions received and all expenditures made. These records
must be kept separate and distinct from any other accounts or records and must be preserved for 6 years from the relevant election.
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