Listed on this page are the candidates and political committees that have filed notices of intent to dissolve with the Public Disclosure Commission pursuant to RCW 42.17A.225 and RCW 42.17A.235.
To file a notice, a committee must attest to the following:
- The committee has concluded its activities in all respects and has ceased to function and intends to dissolve;
- The committee has no outstanding debts or obligations, will not make any expenditure other than those related to the dissolution process, and will not engage in any political activity or any other activity that generates additional reporting requirements;
- The committee has filed a final report;
- No complaint or court action under RCW 42.17A is pending against the committee and it has not been informed by the commission of any possible violations or technical corrections which remain unresolved;
- The committee has no outstanding penalties under RCW 42.17A as assessed by the commission or a court;
- The committee accepts an ongoing obligation to maintain compliance with these conditions and an affirmative duty to notify the commission of any noncompliance;
- The committee understands that the committee’s bank account may not be closed before the political committee has dissolved; and
- The treasurer is obligated to preserve books of account, bills, receipts, and all other financial records for five years, or as otherwise required by 42.17A.
If, 60 days after a committee files a notice of intent to dissolve, it remains in compliance with the above requirements and has not notified the commission in writing that it revokes its intent to dissolve, the committee shall be deemed to be dissolved and its status will be updated here.
Committees that have filed notices of intent to dissolve
Public Utility Districts Political Action Committee (PUDPAC) -- filed notice of intent to dissolve on Jan. 11, 2019
Committees that are deemed to be dissolved
Public Utility Districts Political Action Committee (PUDPAC) -- dissolved as of March 12, 2019