Complete listing of PDC forms and filing options. *Listed with each of the forms is the main RCW that mandates disclosure. There may be additional statutes and rules (Washington Administrative Code WAC 390) that filers should consult.
A business, union, association, organization or other entity that does not employ a lobbyist in Washington State reports:
Last day of February in the following year
Annual report that discloses whether a public treasurer has invested funds under his or her control in an institution in which the treasurer has a parthership or ownership interest or holds an office or directorship. RCW 42.17A.570*
Used by a nonprofit organization that is required to register an an incidental committee. Discloses candidates or political committees that are expected to receive the incidental committee's contributions, candidates or ballot measures that the incidental committee plans to support or oppose, related or affiliated committees, and the committee's officers or responsible leaders. RCW 42.17A.207
Must register within two weeks after the committee meets both of these triggers: the committee has the expectation of making contributions or expenditures to election campaign(s) totaling at least $25,000 in a calendar year, and has received a payment of $10,000 or more in the same calendar year.
Discloses sources of cumulative payments of $10,000 or more (monetary transfers or dollar value of services provided in kind) to incidental committee during the current calendar year. Also discloses monetary or in-kind contributions to a candidate or political committee. RCW 42.17A.235