All candidates for statewide, county and local elected office in Nevada are required by law to file Campaign Contributions and Expenses Reports electronically with the Secretary of State.
Several types of reports are required. Contributions and Expenses Reports (C&E Reports), Annual Reports, Financial Disclosure Statements. C&E Reports are filed five times per election cycle during election years. Financial Disclosure Statements are required to be filed by all elected officials each year by mid-January and by appointed individuals who are compensated $6,000.00 or more per each calendar year.
Reports available on the Secretary of State's website are: Political Action Committees that Advocate for Questions on the ballot formally know as Ballot Advocacy Groups, Candidates/Incumbents, Political Action Committees, Recall Committees, Independent Expenditures, and Political Parties and Committees Sponsored by Political Parties. To view a specific report, click on the appropriate year and then the appropriate category.
Reports are listed in alphabetical order. Reports include a "Summary" page and "Detail" pages.
Candidates must file 2 types of reports: C&E Reports and Financial Disclosure Statements.
If a candidate is elected, that person, as a public official is required to file a Financial Disclosure Statement with the Secretary of States Office each year by January 15.
You may also contact the Secretary of State's Elections Division at 775-684-5705 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for reports.