The information contained on this page is for informational purposes only. It is your responsibility as a Candidate or Official to determine which reports you are required to file and when.

Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report (CCDR)

CCDR's are required to be filed by all Candidates & Officials, with the exception of an Exemption Affidavit

  • Election Year Candidates are required to file CCDR's for January 31, March 31, April 30, June 30, September 30, October 25 and December 31
  • Non Election Year Candidates are required to file CCDR's for January 31 and June 30
  • Candidates can file an Exemption Affidavit to exempt them from being required to file CCDR's
  • CCDR's must be filed on or after the date of the CCDR report name (ex: January 31)
  • CCDR's have a grace period and can be filed up to 7 days after the date of the report, without being considered late
  • CCDR's filed after the grace period are subject to increasing late filing fees which will be imposed by the Ethics Commission

Campaign Disclosure Report Forms

Complete CCDR form for each required filing date

Exempt yourself from filing CCDR's

Personal Financial Disclosure Statement (PFD)

No one is Exempt from filing PFD's

  • PFD's must be filed by every Official/Candidate annually
  • Election Year Candidates must file at the time of Qualifying
  • Non Election Year Officials must file anytime between January 1 and July 1
  • There is no grace period for PFD's

PFD Form

Open Records Request

Request copies of Elected Officials Campaign Finance Reports

Open Records Request Page

More Information Regarding Ethics

Visit the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission Website for Information regarding:

  • Filing Schedules
  • Forms & Reports
  • Late Filer Information
  • Educational Resources