The Florida Commission on Ethics requires persons holding governmental positions to file a Financial Disclosure annually, and as a part of the Candidate Qualifying process during an election cycle. Fla. Stat. 112.3144 and 112.3145.
The Ethics Commission prepares a list of persons holding governmental positions who are required to file a financial disclosure for the previous year. The Ethics Commission obtains the name and address of each individual from coordinators who have been designated from each state and local government agency.
As an office holder, you may be required to file a Form 1 Statement of Financial Interests or Form 6 Full and Public Financial Disclosure within 60 days of appointment. Form 1F is required to be filed by officers within 60 days of leaving office. For information about each form, including who, when, and where forms are to be filed, visit the Florida Commission on Ethics website.
For questions regarding what information to disclose on your financial form or to determine if you are required to file, please review the detailed instructions attached to the form or contact the Florida Commission on Ethics at (850) 488-7864 or visit their website.
Click here to find all Current Forms and Filing Information on the Florida Commission on Ethics website.
Local officers or employees who are required to file the Form 1 and are permanently residing in Palm Beach County may email the form to email@example.com or should deliver the Form 1 Statement of Financial Interests to our office Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Supervisor of Elections
Attn: Candidate Services
240 S. Military Trail,
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Q: When is the final deadline to submit my Form 1?
A: No later than September 1, 2023.
Q: Will I be fined after September 1, 2023?
A: Yes, fines are accrued after September 1, 2023, at a rate of $25 per day, up to $1,500.
Q: How can I submit my Form 1?
A: Via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, by mail or delivering to one of our four county offices.
Q: Where do I file my Form 1?
A: To the Supervisor of Elections of the filer's county in which they reside.
Q: Should my Form 1 say 2023 at the top right corner?
A: No, it should say 2022 as you are submitting your financial information for the previous year. The concept is similar to filing your taxes, you file for the previous year.