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Late Fees

The Enforcement Division assesses late filing fees against those individuals and entities with obligations to file disclosures under the Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance, the Lobbyist Ordinance, and the Government Ethics Ordinance. For example, candidates and committees must file campaign finance statements detailing their contributions and expenditures; lobbyists must file reports disclosing, among other things, clients who have paid them for lobbyist services, City officers and employees whom the lobbyist has contacted, City decisions the lobbyist has attempted to influence, and payments the lobbyist has received; and City officers and designated employees must file Statements of Economic Interest disclosing their personal financial interests to ensure that officials are making decisions in the best interest of the public and not enhancing their personal finances.

Individuals and Entities with Unpaid Late Filing Fees

The filers in the table below have not paid one or more late filing fees. Those individuals and entities listed below have not responded to two or more written notices and one or more verbal notices regarding late filing fees. Filers posted to this list for not paying late filing fees are removed from this list after paying their late fees or four years have elapsed since the Executive Director’s final determination of the late fees (i.e., the date the late fees are assessed or the date the Executive Director makes a determination in response to a request for waiver, if any).

In addition to being listed in the table below, filers whose late fees remain unpaid may be referred to the Bureau of Delinquent Revenues at the Treasurer and Tax Collectors Office.

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