Public Disclosure Commission
711 Capitol Way, Room 206
Olympia, Washington 98504
Note that this agenda is subject to change. Please check the PDC website for the current version.
Note: All times shown for consideration of agenda items (other than time of convening) are approximate and may vary, depending on the amount of discussion required for each.
- 9:30 AM Convene and Public Comment
- Public Comment
- 9:40 AM Approval of Meeting Minutes
- February 28, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes
- 9:45 AM Proposed Stakeholder Engagement Plan for Commission Consideration of F-1 Online Publication
- 10:00 AM Rules and Interpretations
- Commission Consideration and Possible Approval of Permanent Rules for SSB 5991 Political Campagn Financing Disclosures
- Update on schedule and approach for rule-makings and Interpretations per adopted Jan-June, 2019 rule-making and Interpretations agendas
- 10:45 AM Legislative Update and Transparency Fund Status
- 11:10 AM Management Team Updates
- Executive Director | Peter Lavallee, Executive Director
- Communications, Outreach and Filer Assistance update | Kim Bradford, Director of Communications and Outreach
- IT Activity Report | James Gutholm, Chief Technology Officer
- Process Improvement Spotlight
- 11:30 AM Reporting Modification Requests
- Andrea Chin – Judge, Seattle Municipal Court WAC 390-28-100(d)
- Faye Chess – Judge, Seattle Municipal Court WAC 390-28-100(d)
- Lee Grochmal – Superior Court Judge, Whatcom County Superior Court WAC 390-28-100(d)
- William Ayer – Regent, University of Washington WAC 390-28-100(b)
- Raymond F. Clary – Superior Court Judge, Spokane Superior Court WAC 390-28-100(d)
- Drew Hansen – State Representative, 23rd Legislative District WAC 390-28-100(1)(e)(i))
- Benson Wong – City Council Member, City of Mercer Island WAC 390-28-100(1)(e)(i))
- 12:00 PM Executive Session
Discussion of matters allowed in executive session pursuant to RCW 42.30.110, including but not limited to, discussion of enforcement matters and pending and potential litigation with legal counsel. Possible action regarding pending litigation, or other matters properly discussed during executive session, will be taken following the executive session.
- 1:15 PM Enforcement Matters-Proposed Stipulations
- North Cascade Jobs Enterprise Washington, PDC Case 42387, involving alleged violations of: (1) RCW 42.17A.305 by failing to timely file reports of electioneering communications (PDC Form C-6), totaling $182,323, filed between 88-114 days late; and RCW 42.17A.240 (PDC Form C-4) by failing to timely report expenditures totaling $174,763 ($135,497 monetary expenditures and $39,266 orders placed/debts), filed between 27-113 days late.
- Citizens for Progress Enterprise Washington, PDC Case 39159, involving alleged violations of: (1) RCW 42.17A.305 by failing to timely file C-6 reports of electioneering communications (PDC Form C-6), totaling $65,689, filed between 39 and 71 days late and 34 to 50 days after the 2018 primary election; and (2) RCW 42.17A.240 (PDC Form C-4) during the 2018 primary and general elections by failing to properly describe expenditures in accordance with WAC 390-16-037 and WAC 390-16-205, totaling $408,047.
- 2:00 PM Request For Electronic Reporting Hardship Exemption
- 2:15 PM Enforcement and Compliance Update
- Enforcement Report – Categorization and Status of Open Complaints
- Completed Investigations and Alternative Resolutions
The Commission may deliberate in closed session on any enforcement matter on this agenda, or any matters listed in RCW 42.30.140.