Political Committees and Campaign Finance Reports
A Candidate must register if the candidate receives contributions or makes expenditures (in any combination) of at least $1,100 in connection with that candidacy (i.e. receives $550 and spends $550). The Committee must account for all monies or things of value received and expended by them, their campaign committee or individuals on behalf of a person's candidacy for public office.
The Arizona Legislature recently passed HB 20178 the law lowers the threshold requirement to create a candidate committee from $1,100 to $500. The effective date of the law will not be know until the legislature adjourns sine die.
Political Action Committee (PAC)
An entity must register as a PAC if the entity is organized for the "primary purpose" of influencing an election; and the entity knowingly receives contributions or makes expenditures (in any combination) of at least $1,100 in connection with any election during a calendar year.
Political Committee and Campaign Finance Forms
Campaign Finance Reports
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Fall 2018 Election Cycle
|Committee||Statement of Organization||January 15||1st Quarter||2nd Quarter||Pre-Primary||3rd Quarter||Pre-General||4th Quarter||Termination|
|Committee to elect James Anton for Town Council||Committee Statement (PDF)|
|Jerry For Mayor of Paradise Valley||Committee Statement (PDF)|
|PAC - For The Best Paradise Valley||Committee Statement (PDF)|
|Ellen for Council||Committee Statement (PDF)|
|Time for Thomasson for Council||Committee Statement (PDF)|
** No General Election in Paradise Valley. Local candidate filing not required.
Paul Dembow ran in this election cycle; however, candidates are not required to create a political committee and file campaign finance reports until the candidate exceeds the $1,100 threshold, in any combination, of contributions and expenditures.
Note: Scott Moore, Julie Pace, and Mark Stanton are not running in this election cycle. They are not required to file campaign finance reports this year pursuant to A.R.S. 16-927(B).