Fair Political Practices Commission Reports
Campaign Disclosure Statements
The California Political Reform Act (Gov. Code § 84100) requires the filing of Campaign Disclosure Statements by any person or combination of persons who will be raising or spending money in local elections, including but not limited to local candidates for elective office, or those supporting or opposing local candidates or ballot measures. Such persons may be required to file the following forms: Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement; Form 410-Statement of Organization; Form 460-Recipient Committee Campaign Statement; Short Form 470-Officeholder/Candidate Campaign Statement; Form 496-24-Hour Independent Expenditure Report; and Form 497-24-Hour Contribution Report. For a comprehensive listing of disclosure forms and/or detailed instructional manuals, visit the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) website.
How do I File Statements?
Per Ordinance O2019-005, the City has implemented an electronic filing system called Campaign Docs to ensure that contributions and expenditures in city elections are disclosed and made available to the public. All committees who are required to file campaign disclosure statements must file their forms electronically through this system.
The eCampaign site provides information about filers who have officially formed committees. Access to the public portal and committee filer portals may be found below.
Public Transparency Portal to View Campaign Forms: City of Napa Campaign Docs eRetrieval
Statements prior to 2019 are also available for viewing/copying at the City Clerk’s Office during regular business hours, or may be requested via email at [email protected]
Campaign Committee Portal to File Campaign Forms: City of Napa eCampaign Filer Portal
Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700)
Consistent with state regulations, each person identified in the City of Napa Conflict of Interest Code (PDF) as a "public official identified in California Government Code Section 87200" or as a "designated employee" shall file with the City Clerk a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700). The intent of the Form 700 is to ensure that decision makers are not using their authority to affect personal financial interests.
The City Clerk’s Office collects and maintains Form 700s, as well as provides public access to them. These forms are filed on an annual basis, and upon assuming or leaving office. The City uses an electronic filing system called eDisclosure for conflict of interest disclosure statements. Access to the public portal to review forms, and for individual to file forms may be found via the links below:
Public Portal to View Form 700s: City of Napa Disclosure Docs eRetrieval
Filers Portal to File Form 700s: City of Napa eDisclosure System
Following are the City of Napa elected officials identified in Section 87200:
- Jill Techel, Mayor
- Doris Gentry, Vice Mayor
- Scott Sedgley, Council Member
- Liz Alessio, Council Member
- Mary Luros, Council Member
The next Annual Statement of Economic Interests is due April 1, 2020. The period covered is calendar year 2019.
Annual Filing Deadline Extension due to COVID-19 from April 1, 2020 to June 1, 2020.
Public Official Appointments - Form 806
Fair Political Practices Commission Form 806 (PDF) is used to report additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees, boards, or commissions, of a public agency, special district, and joint powers agency or authority.
Questions regarding schedules and disclosures should be addressed to the FPPC staff, who can be contacted by phone 866-275-3772, email or online. You can also mail or deliver completed forms to the City Clerk's Office.