"Electronic filing" means filing a report using the Board's Internet electronic filing system. A faxed or emailed paper report is not "electronically filed".
- You may access the WRS system directly here.
Effective on these dates the following statements and reports by these persons must be filed electronically:
1-1-10=new committees for state office.
2-10-10=executive branch lobbyist registrations & executive branch lobbyist client reports.
4-8-10=independent expenditures (the Board is in the process of implementing this requirement.)
5-1-10=state parties & state PACs.
1-1-11=Verified Statements of Registration (VSR)
1-1-11= county central committees, county committees, city committees, ballot issue PACs, other political subdivision committees, once $2,000 in campaign activity has been exceeded.
1-1-12=all committees for state office.
This page is to be used by persons wishing to file a report using the internet. If you are instead interested in viewing a report, click here.
- Click here to see a list of reports that can be filed electronically.
- This page contains links of interest for electronic filers as well as any announcements regarding status of the system.
These links go directly to the part of the system for that particular report
*county/local committees with less than $2000 in activity may still file on paper
|Out-of-State/Federal Committees (VSR Form)[must be filed electronically]|
|Organizations Making a One-Time Contribution (DR-OTC) *this may also be filed on paper|
|Independent Expenditures [must be filed electronically]|
|Executive Branch Lobbyist/Client [must be filed electronically with the General Assembly]|
|Personal Financial Disclosure Statements [must be filed electronically]
*click here for a adobe slideshow
*Reports that are not mandated to be filed electronically can be filled out on your computer, printed, and then mailed, faxed, or sent as an email attachment. Click here for the blank forms page.