Mandatory Training for General Purpose and Ballot Measure Recipient Committee Treasurers

Treasurers —and assistant treasurers who sign and verify campaign statements— for City general purpose committees and ballot measure committees must complete a training conducted by Ethics Commission staff after filing an original or amended Statement of Organization (FPPC Form 410) designating a new treasurer. (An individual who serves as the treasurer for more than one committee is not required to complete a training if that individual has completed such a training within the previous 12 months.)

Mandatory Training for Treasurers of General Purpose and Ballot Measure Recipient Committees

Mandatory Training for Treasurers of Independent Expenditure Committees

Important:

After completing the training, treasurers and assistant treasurers must file a Certificate of Training (Form SFEC-107):

Related Trainings:

FPPC Workshop: Local Candidates, Treasurers, and Committee Basics

This workshop offers great information and guidance for local candidates and committee treasurers, and includes an in-depth review of the Form 460 Campaign Statement. This workshop is recommended as a supplemental overview of State law. It does not encompass laws exclusive to San Francisco and does not replace the annual mandatory training requirement.

 

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