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Campaign Finance Reporting
Campaign Finance Disclosure Act
A candidate for elected office in Virginia becomes subject to the provisions of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act once any of the following occurs:
  • The candidate receives any money toward his candidacy
  • The candidate spends any money (including his own) toward his candidacy
  • The candidate files a Certificate of Candidate Qualification or a Declaration of Candidacy form

Statement of Organization
Once a candidate accomplishes any one of the items listed above (whichever comes first), that individual must file a Statement of Organization for a Candidate form within 10 days: 
  • Statewide candidates file the Statement of Organization form only with the State Board of Elections
  • General Assembly candidates file the Statement of Organization form with the State Board of Elections and the Electoral Board of your county or city of residence
  • Constitutional and local candidates file the Statement of Organization only with the Electoral Board of your county or city of residence

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