Trainings for Treasurers and Assistant Treasurers* of General Purpose Committees, Ballot Measure Committees, and Primarily Formed Candidate Committees
- Non-Candidate Recipient Committee Training (Required by law)
- San Francisco Electronic Disclosure System (SFEDS) Orientation and Tutoring
What is the purpose of the Non-Candidate Recipient Committee Training?
Covers campaign finance requirements for treasurers and representatives of:
- general purpose committees
- ballot measure committees
- primarily formed candidate committees
Treasurers—and assistant treasurers who sign and verify campaign statements—are required by law to attend a training conducted by the Ethics Commission after filing an original or amended Statement of Organization designating a new treasurer. An individual who serves as the treasurer of more than one committee is not required to attend a training if that individual has attended such a training within the previous 12 months.(See San Francisco Campaign & Governmental Conduct Code § 1.107.)
IMPORTANT! Each treasurer who receives training must complete and submit a Form SFEC-107 to verify that he or she has met the training requirement.
To the extent that these four training videos conflict with state or local law, the law controls.
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As an alternative to screening the videos with audible narration, the trainings can be viewed as a slide show with full text captioning of the narration by clicking the “Slide Show with Captions” option above. For any questions about accessibility, or to request additional accommodations for a disability, please contact the Ethics Commission at 415 252-3100 or email at email@example.com.