Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Filings
Political Reform Act
- Public Access Portal to Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests: The Political Reform Act (Government Code 81000-91014) requires most state and local government officials and select employees to publicly disclose their personal assets and income. They also must disqualify themselves from participating in decisions which may affect their personal economic interests.
- COMING SOON Public Access Portal to Campaign Finance Disclosures: The Public Access Portal contains financial information provided by candidates and committees. It provides information on who is contributing money, who is receiving money, and how it is being spent. Use the Public Access Portal to research campaign contributions and expenditures, review campaign statements filed by candidates, or examine a committee’s filing history.
- Filer Access Portal to Form 700/Campaign Statements: The Filer Access Portal is a web-based, data entry filing system that allows individuals to submit their Statement of Economic Interests disclosure reports and Campaign filings mandated by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to the electronic filing system.
FPPC Agency Reports
- Form 806 - Any additional compensation that officials receive when appointed to positions on committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special district, and joint powers agency or authority is reported on this form.
- Form 802 - In accordance with the provisions set fourth in Section 18944.1 of the Fair Political Practices Commission, ticket disclosure forms (Form 802) are posted on this website within 30-days after distribution of tickets. You may view the City of Menifee Tickets and Passes Distribution Policy by clicking here.
AB 1234 requires that if a local agency provides any type of compensation, salary, or stipend to, or reimburses the expenses of a member of its ’legislative body’ (as that term is defined in California Government Code Section 54952), that local agency’s officials must receive training in ethics every 2 years.
When local agency officials receive the training, they will be given proof of participation. Copies of these certificates must be provided to the agency’s custodian of records and maintained as public records subject to disclosure to the media, the public and others for at least 5 years. To view the Certificates please click here.