You should file a personal financial affairs statement (F-1) if you are:
- An elected official, appointee to an elected office, or candidate in a jurisdiction that is countywide or has at least 2,000 registered voters
- An appointed state official mentioned in RCW 42.17A.705.
- A charter school director
- A professional staff member in the legislature or governor’s office
You may also be required to report if you are a candidate who receives or expects to raise $5,000 or more.
Financial Affairs Disclosure basics
Learn when the F-1 is due, where to file, and what financial information to report.
When and where to report
Personal Financial Disclosure FAQ
Completing the F-1 report
Request an exemption from reporting certain information due to personal safety concerns or a potential competitive disadvantage for a business, among other reasons.
How to request a modification