Campaign committees report the ending cash balance as of the end of the financial reporting period on FPPC Form 460. A committee's ending cash balance is determined by adding the committee's beginning cash balance from the previous financial period with any cash receipts and miscellaneous increases to cash and subtracting any cash payments.
San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code ("S.F. C&GC Code") sections 1.143(c), 1.152(a)(3), 1.161(b), 1.161.5, and 1.160.5 require persons who make any independent expenditure, electioneering communication, or member communication that clearly identifies a candidate for City elective office or who authorizes, administers or pays for a persuasion poll to file disclosure statements with the Ethics Commission. For detailed instructions, please see Third Party Disclosure Form Regarding Candidates.
Filers must report each political contribution of $100 or more to a candidate for local office, a committee controlled by a local officeholder or a candidate for local office, or a ballot measure committee whether or not the committee is controlled by a local officeholder or a candidate for local office. Filers must report contributions of $100 or more made or delivered by the filer, or made by the filer�۪s client at the filer�۪s behest, or for which the filer acted as an agent or intermediary during the reporting period. This chart indicates the political contributions made by campaign consultants during the reporting period.
The amount of economic consideration received or expected by the lobbyist or the lobbyist's employer from each client during the reporting period.Promised payments are disclosed by lobbyists registered with the Ethics Commission on a monthly basis. This dataset updates automatically every night.
[Issue 2019-01-08] Form 700 data has not been loading to the datasets since August 2018. This issue is related to a permissions problem when connecting to the Netfile API that is currently being debugged. We hope to have a fix within this month.