California Fair Political Practices Commission Forms

The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) is responsible for enforcing and administering California's campaign finance and ethics laws. Its main purpose is to ensure transparency and fairness in California's political process by regulating campaign financing, disclosure of political contributions, and providing guidance and enforcement of political ethics rules. The FPPC also educates candidates, committees, and the public about campaign finance and ethics laws in order to promote integrity and accountability in California politics.




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This Form is used for disclosing economic interests of public officials and employees in California.

This Form is used for reporting any financial interests or sources of income of public officials or employees in California. It helps ensure transparency and prevents conflicts of interest in government decision-making.

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