In 1997, San Francisco voters approved the Regulation of Campaign Consultants Ordinance (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance requires persons who earn $1,000 or more per year for campaign consultant services to register with the Ethics Commission and file quarterly activity reports. The Ordinance defines “campaign consultant” as a person or entity that receives or is promised $1,000 or more in a calendar year for either campaign management or campaign strategy.
View dashboards that track campaign consultant activity in San Francisco.
View campaign consultant disclosure statements filed by registered consultants.
Download and analyze campaign consultant data into a variety of data formats.
Use the SODA API to query the campaign consultant data for use in an app or web application.
- Spending to Influence: Campaign Finance and Lobbying in San Francisco in 2014
- Reports on Campaign Consultant Activity 2009-2012
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