Inquire about the availability of documents in accessible formats.
The Political Reform Act requires candidates to file campaign statements disclosing contributions received and expenditures made. The statutory requirements of the Political Reform Act are contained in
§ 81000-91015 of the California Government Code and are enforced by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Therefore, questions and requests for clarification should be directed to the FPPC.
For more information, contact the Fair Political Practices Commission at:
1102 Q Street, Suite 3000
Sacramento, CA 95811
Local Campaign Finance Disclosure Filing
Candidates and committees involved in elections administered in the County of Sacramento can file their Campaign Finance Disclosure Statements electronically with the Voter Registration and Elections Department. Simply click on the link below and follow the instructions to upload.
Campaign Finance Disclosure Filing
State Campaign Finance Disclosure Filing
Cal-Access provides financial information supplied by state candidates, donors, lobbyists, and others.
Campaign Finance Reports
The general public can view and print redacted campaign disclosure forms for candidates, committees and officeholders in image format filed pursuant to State and County law. Information on this site is searchable by election, candidate/officeholder, committee name and measure.
View Existing Campaign Finance Reports
Please note that not all Campaign Finance Reports may be available online. Please contact our office at (916) 875-6276 for more information.
NetFile Electronic Filling System for Elections in the County of Sacramento
The County of Sacramento Voter Registration and Elections Department proudly offers paperless electronic filing of FPPC Campaign Filing Documents through our partner, NetFile.
Filers are able to search and file campaign documents easily and efficiently through NetFile. The service is free of charge. The biggest advantage in using the electronic filing system is the integrated data validation as data is entered to help eliminate errors that would normally result in the requirement of an amendment. NetFile’s servers ensure fast, reliable and efficient e-filings.
Creating an Account
The over-the-phone training is completely optional but highly recommended. For filers who opt not to participate in training, an account can be created at https://netfile.com/Filer. The individual who will be entering transactions into your committee’s account and e-filing statements will need to click the Create a new NetFile User link and register as a NetFile User. Once an account is created, the account holder will receive an e-mail from NetFile. Click the link in the e-mail to receive a password.
Next, the account holder will need to link his/her NetFile User to a committee account (a single user account can be linked with multiple committee accounts). To link an account:
- click the Link Local Campaign Filer Account on the NetFile User Home page.
- enter the committee name exactly as it appears on the Form 410.
- select the Committee Type and then enter the committee’s Filer ID and Filer Password, which will be provided to you by the County of Sacramento Voter Registration and Elections Department.
For full instructions, see the document on the NetFile User Log-In page named How to Create a NetFile User Account and Link a Campaign Filer Account.
All documents that are e-filed are immediately posted, in redacted form, on NetFile at https://public.netfile.com/pub2/?aid=SCO.
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not find an electronic filing for a committee, please contact our office at (916) 875-6276 or visit 7000 65th Street, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95823. All previous campaign disclosure filings will only be made available on a public computer terminal located in our office.