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Campaign Finance Forms & Manuals

Campaign Finance Disclosure Forms for Candidates

Glossary of Campaign Recipient Committee Forms

  • Form 405: Amendment to 460 (if applicable)
  • Form 460 - Cover page: Provides Candidate Names, Committee Name/Address, Treasurer(s) Name/Address
  • Form 460 - Cover Page Part II: Provides Candidate Names, Committee Name/Address, Treasurer(s) Name/Address
  • SUMMARY PAGE: Provides summary of contributions, loans, expenditures, etc.
  • Schedule A: Listing of contributions received, if applicable
  • Schedule B: Listing of Loans
  • Schedule C: Non-Monetary Contributions
  • Schedule D: Summary of Expenditures Supporting/Opposing Other Candidates, Measure and Committees
  • Schedule E: Listing of expenditures
  • Schedule F: Accrued Expenses / Unpaid Bills
  • Schedule G: Payments Made by an Agent or Independent Contractor (on Behalf of This Committee)
  • Schedule H: Loans Made to Others
  • Schedule I: Miscellaneous Increases to Cash

County Candidates/Officeholders

The information is available online for all county candidates and officeholders currently involved in a county election. Defeated county candidates continue to file campaign statements and reports with the RR/CC.

Copies are available by contacting the Campaign Finance section or Proposition B unit at (562) 462-2339. Updated online reports are not available for defeated candidates after their semi-annual post-election statements are filed.

Questions on Completing Forms?

Contact the Campaign Finance section or Proposition B unit to determine which forms you need to complete as well as upcoming deadlines by calling (562) 462-2339 or visiting the RR/CC main office:

12400 Imperial Highway, Room 2003

Norwalk, CA 90650


For information about Proposition B, see the Prop B Ordinance and Prop B Handbook.

For information about electronic filings, see the Electronic Campaign Disclosure Filing Ordinance 2.195.

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