For Voters & The Public

Find financial data reported by campaigns, learn the rules campaigns need to follow, view enforcement case documents and the status of cases, or report a violation to the PDC.

For Candidates

Whether you’re a new candidate ready to learn the basics about public disclosure reporting, or a current candidate looking to file your next report, you’re in the right place. 

For Political Committees

What you need to know about disclosing financial information as a political committee. You can also access reporting tools here. 

For Lobbyists

If you’re engaged in lobbying activities, use these guides to learn how to report  lobbying expenses and access reporting tools. 

For Incidental Committees

What you need to know about filing disclosure reports if your organization is a nonprofit that makes contributions or expenditures in election campaigns.

For Elected Officials

Learn about filing an annual Personal Financial Affairs (F-1) statement, as well as what restricts your activities while in office and during elections.

News & Events

Today, the Public Disclosure Commission is launching a much-improved reporting system for last-…

News

The Public Disclosure Commission is updating its public agency lobbying reporting to use the Secure Access Washington (SAW) single sign-on system.  

Starting today, all public agency lobbyist filers can begin to link their SAW account to…

News

Commission Chair Nancy Isserlis opened the Aug. 24 regular meeting of the Public Disclosure Commission with an acknowledgment of deadly wildfires during the past month in Washington and Hawaii, as well as a loss closer to home for the Commission…

Report a Violation

Anyone who believes there has been a violation of the laws or rules enforced by the commission may file a complaint. 

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Enforcement Cases

View enforcement cases, resolutions and statuses.

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Get Help

Need help filing a report? Questions about reporting or enforcement processes? 

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