Campaign Finance Disclosures
Using our electronic campaign finance disclosure filing system, you can search for campaign finance reports, as well as file your campaign finance reports online.
Campaign Disclosure Filing Schedule for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election
Semi-Annual Campaign Disclosure Schedule for 2023
Are You a Candidate and Need to File?
The Orange County Board of Supervisors adopted a change to the Orange County Campaign Reform Ordinance, adding section 1-6-32. The change in the ordinance requires county officers, candidates, or committees to file campaign disclosure documents electronically.
Although the filers mentioned above are required to file electronically, electronic filing is a free service, available to any filer.
New to Electronic Candidate Filing?
If you are a filer, and need a username and password to begin the electronic filing process, please contact our office at 714 567-7558.
If you desire to file your report in a paper format, call 714-567-7558 for information on the process.
Orange County Campaign Reform Ordinance
View the ordinance text and obligations for candidates. Please contact our office if you are unsure which contribution limits apply to you.
County Candidates Not Under the Orange County Campaign Reform Ordinance
Some county candidates do not fall under the Orange County Campaign Reform Ordinance. Here we have the information on the requirements and contribution limits for those candidates. Please contact our office if you are unsure which contribution limits apply to you.
Campaign Finance FAQs
We have developed frequently asked questions for campaign finance.
Electronic Campaign Finance Filing
We now offer all filers of campaign finance disclosure forms the opportunity to electronically file these documents. This new enhancement is meant to streamline the campaign filing process while making the filings more accessible to the public.
While the newly-adopted County ordinance only requires elected county* officers, candidates or committees to comply, it will be available to anyone required to file campaign disclosure documents with the Registrar of Voters' office.
You will have the ability to enter your data as you go or collectively at one time.
You will be able to save drafts which will be available for your review at any time.
Amendments for filers should be reduced as the software validates your entries.
The filer is not charged a fee for participation.
If you wish to electronically file your campaign finance disclosure documents, let the Registrar of Voters' office know of your desire by contacting Christina Avila: 714-567-7558; [email protected] .
*County offices include County Supervisor, Sheriff-Coroner, District Attorney, Assessor, Treasurer-Tax Collector, County Clerk-Recorder, Auditor, Public Administrator and Superintendent of Schools.