Campaign Statements


Campaign Disclosure Forms and Filings    

State law requires the filing of campaign disclosure statements by local candidates for elective office, elected officeholders, and committees supporting or opposing local candidates or ballot measures. Statements are filed on a regular cycle, with additional statements required during election years.

These statements provide the public with details on who contributes money to a committee, and how that money is spent. Disclosure requirements are very complicated. Those involved with campaign committees should become fully aware of the legal requirements surrounding campaign reporting.

Filer Access Portal

Candidates and committees (including ballot measure and independent expenditure committees) within the jurisdiction of the County of Napa are required to file their disclosure statements with the Election Division. In addition to the paper filing, filers are also required to submit statements electronically. 

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Public Access Portal

Use the Public Access Portal to research campaign contributions and expenditures, review campaign statements filed by candidates and examine a committee‘s filing history. 

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Local Campaign Finance Limits

As of January 1, 2021, Napa County Code Chapter 2.104 sets a contribution limit of $5,500* per individual contributor, per election, to a candidate or their candidate controlled committee. This is in alignment with current state guidelines for local officials.
*This figure is adjusted by the State of California every two years. Contribution limit charts can be found here.

Napa County Code Chapter 2.104 limits a candidate’s loan of their personal funds to their campaign. The limit is $10,000 for the office of supervisor and $20,000 for countywide offices. Failure to adhere to these limits could result in a fine in the amount of $1,000 per violation or 3 times the amount exceeding the limit, whichever is greater.  

The full text of the ordinance can be found here

Fair Political Practices Committee (FPPC)

 Additional filing requirements may apply. If you have questions about what you are required to file, where to file it, or when to file it, please visit the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) website or call toll free at 1-866-ASK-FPPC.

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