Campaign Disclosure Information
This service currently allows you to view and print redacted campaign disclosure statements for Proposition B candidates, in image format, filed pursuant to state and County law. Information on this site is searchable by election, candidate/officeholder, committee name and measure. Data forms 460 from 2006 to the present are available.
Candidate/Treasurer "How To" Video
To view information regarding the preparation of campaign finance reports and Political Reform Act requirements and prohibitions, please click here.
What Campaign Finance Information is Available?
Campaign finance information for election years since 2004 is available for research on this site for the following: the Board of Supervisors, Sheriff, Assessor, District Attorney and their controlled committees, county candidates/officeholders and their controlled committees, as well as committees supporting or opposing county measures.
Campaign statements for non-countywide offices are available by hard copy at the Norwalk main office on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.:
12400 Imperial Hwy., Room 2003
Norwalk, CA 90650
How to View Campaign Information
Proposition B candidates seeking campaign finance information can consult the Campaign Finance Disclosure: Information for Candidates page.
The general public can view candidate campaign disclosure information for Proposition B candidates and officeholders on the Campaign Finance Disclosure: Information for the General Public page.
For information on campaign contribution limits, go here.
Information Available for the General Public
- Redacted Form 460 from 2003 through 2006
- Redacted Form 496: 24-hour Independent Expenditure Report
- Redacted Form 497: 24-hour Contribution Report
- Form 803 - Behested Payments: Information on Payments for Legislative, Governmental or Charitable Activities
About Proposition B
The County of Los Angeles has adopted an ordinance known as Proposition B, which regulates campaign contributions to candidates for elective County offices. Proposition B applies to candidates running for offices of Assessor, District Attorney, Sheriff and members of the Board of Supervisors.
For information about Proposition B, see the Prop. B Ordinance and Prop. B Handbook.