Pursuant to the brief enforcement hearing (brief adjudicative proceeding) notice sent to Jennifer Tyler on August 16, 2018, A brief adjudicative proceeding was held on September 24, 2018, in Room 206, Evergreen Plaza Building, 711 Capitol Way, Olympia, Washington, to consider whether the Respondent violated RCW 42.17A.205 by failing to file a Candidate Registration (C-1 report) as a candidate for the 2018 election cycle, and RCW 42.17A.700 by failing to file a Personal Statement of Financial Affairs (F-1 report) as a candidate for the 20 l 8 election cycle, disclosing campaign information and financial activities for the previous 12 calendar months. Both reports were due to be filed within two weeks of declaring candidacy, or not later than June 1, 2018,
The hearing was held in accordance with Chapters 34.05 RCW and 42.17 A RCW and Chapter 390-37 WAC. Commission Chair Anne Levinson was the Presiding Officer. The Commission staff was represented by Tabatha Blacksmith, Compliance Coordinator.
At that hearing, Jennifer Tyler was found in violation of RCW 42.17 A.205 and
RC W 4 2. 17 A. 700 and assessed a penalty of $5 00, that Commission staff requested be reconsidered by the Commission Chair, due to new information not available at the time of the original hearing.
Having considered the evidence, the Presiding Officer finds as follows:
1. This matter was duly and properly convened and all jurisdictional, substantive, and procedural requirements have been satisfied.
2. The Respondent violated RCW 42.17 A.205 and RCW 42.17 A.700 by failing to file the C-1 and F-1 reports within two weeks of declaring candidacy or by June 1, 2018.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Respondent is assessed a civil penalty of $300, in accordance with the C-1 and F-1 penalty schedule set forth in WAC 390-37-143, payable within 30 days of the date of the Order. It is further ordered that the Respondent:
1. Pay the $300 civil penalty within 30 days of the date of this Order.
In the event the Respondent fails to pay the $300 civil penalty within 30 days of the date of the Order, PDC staff is directed to refer the matter to the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) for collection of the amount owed.