Pursuant to New York City Administrative Code § 12-110(b)(2), candidates for election to the office of Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, District Attorney, Borough President, or City Council member are required to file an annual disclosure report with the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board. The annual disclosure report asks for information concerning financial interests and outside activities during the preceding calendar year.Download the 2019 annual disclosure report for candidates.
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WHO MUST FILE
Each person (i) who has declared their intention to seek nomination, election, or re-election to the offices listed or (ii) on whose behalf a declaration or nominating paper or petition has been made or filed which has not been declined. In addition, any write-in candidates and candidates filling vacancies in a designation or nomination for office are required to file.
If you filed a financial disclosure statement with the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics, you may satisfy your filing obligations with the Board by emailing a copy of that statement, not the receipt, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHEN TO FILE
Candidates. Each candidate for public office must file their annual disclosure report with the Board within twenty-five (25) days after the last day for filing designating or independent nominating petitions pursuant to the election law.
Write-In Candidates. If you are running as a write-in candidate, you must file within twenty-five (25) days after the primary. If you are running to fill a vacancy in a designation or nomination for an office, you must file within twenty (20) days after a certificate designating the person to fill the vacancy is filed with the Board of Elections, or within five (5) days before the election for which the certificate is filed, whichever is earlier.
HOW TO FILE
PUBLIC INSPECTION OF ANNUAL DISCLOSURE REPORTS
The public can view a candidate’s annual disclosure report.
Whenever a request is made by a member of the public to examine a candidate’s annual disclosure report, the Board will notify the filer that a request for inspection has been made.
Information regarding the financial or outside interests of the candidate’s spouse or domestic partner or unemancipated child(ren) in which the candidate has no financial interest will be withheld from public inspection as an unwarranted invasion of privacy, unless the Board determines that such information involves an actual or potential conflict of interest on the part of the candidate.
AMENDING AN ANNUAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
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