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State Filing Waivers

Presidential, U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives candidates, Party Committees and PACs no longer have to file duplicate copies of their FEC campaign finance disclosure reports with the following 52 state and territory offices.*

Note:  Regarding the disclosure of state and local campaign finance activity, contact the appropriate state office for information on applicable state reporting requirements.

STATE

OFFICE
Alabama Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Montgomery, AL
Alaska Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Juneau, AK
American Samoa Election Office, Pago Pago, AS
Arizona Election Services Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Phoenix, AZ
Arkansas Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Little Rock, AR
California Political Reform Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Sacramento, CA
Colorado Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Denver, CO
Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission, Hartford, CT
Delaware Office of the Secretary of State, Dover, DE
Florida Division of Elections, Office of the Secretary of State, Tallahassee, FL
Georgia State Ethics Commission, Atlanta, GA
Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission, Honolulu, HI
Idaho Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Boise, ID
Illinois Illinois State Board of Elections, Springfield, IL
Indiana Indiana Election Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Indianapolis, IN
Iowa Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board, Des Moines, IA
Kansas Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Topeka, KS
Kentucky Registry of Election Finance, Frankfort, KY
Louisiana Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Baton Rouge, LA
Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices, Augusta, ME
Maryland State Board of Elections, Annapolis, MD
Massachusetts Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston, MA
Michigan Elections Bureau, Office of the Secretary of State, Lansing, MI
Minnesota Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, St. Paul, MN
Mississippi Office of the Secretary of State, Jackson, MS
Missouri Missouri Ethics Commission, Jefferson City, MO
Montana Commissioner of Political Practices, Helena MT
Nebraska Accountability & Disclosure Commission, Lincoln, NE
Nevada Office of the Secretary of State, Carson City, NV
New Hampshire Office of the Secretary of State, Concord, NH
New Jersey Division of Elections, Department of Law & Public Safety, Trenton, NJ
New Mexico Office of the Secretary of State, Santa Fe, NM
New York State Board of Elections, Albany, NY
North Carolina State Board of Elections, Raleigh, NC
North Dakota Office of the Secretary of State, Bismarck, ND
Ohio Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Columbus, OH
Oklahoma Oklahoma Ethics Commission, Oklahoma City, OK
Oregon Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Salem, OR
Pennsylvania Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation, Department of State, Harrisburg, PA
Rhode Island Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Providence, RI
South Carolina State Election Commission, Columbia, SC
South Dakota Office of the Secretary of State, Pierre, SD
Tennessee Registry of Election Finance, Nashville, TN
Texas Texas Ethics Commission, Austin, TX
Utah Elections Office, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Salt Lake City, UT
Vermont Office of the Secretary of State, Montpelier, VT
Virginia State Board of Elections, Richmond, VA
U.S. Virgin Islands Board of Elections, St. Thomas, USVI
Washington Public Disclosure Commission, Olympia, WA
West Virginia Office of the Secretary of State, Charleston, WV
Wisconsin Wisconsin State Elections Board, Madison, WI
Wyoming Elections Division, Office of the Secretary of State, Cheyenne, WY

* These offices were certified by the Commission as having "a system that permits electronic access to, and duplication of, reports and statements that are filed with the Commission." 2 U.S.C. §439(c).