For many people, this is the end of the line. Others, however, will have to file the F-1 Supplement as well. Answering "yes" to any of the questions in Part 5 require you to complete the F-1 Supplement Form.
NOTE: Candidates and new appointees completing an initial F-1 report should answer 5.A-D and skip 5.E.
State officials certify that they have read the provisions of RCW 42.52.180; local officials certify that they have read the provisions of RCW 42.17A.555. These statutes prohibit the use of public facilities to support or oppose a candidate or ballot proposition. There are several resources for those who want more information about these prohibitions or who have questions about specific activities:
Executive Ethics Board enforces the law for elected state executive officials and state employees,
Legislative Ethics Board enforces the law for legislators and professional staff;
Judicial Conduct Commission enforces the Judicial Canons and may offer advice for some ethics questions;
Public Disclosure Commission enforces the law for local elected officials and local government employees; and
the attorney for the jurisdiction that has the question or the county prosecutor's office sometimes can answer ethics-related questions.
Be sure to sign the report if you are completing a paper report. Efilers will certify that the information supplied is correct.