California’s April 1 Deadline to File Statements of Economic Interests Retroactively Extended to June 1, 2020

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2019 Annual Statements of Economic Interests are now due June 1, 2020, rather than April 1st, according to a unanimous decision of the California Fair Political Practices Commission at a special meeting held April 2nd.

Finding that the COVID-19 pandemic is a “crippling disaster” that impairs the regulated community’s ability to comply with the regular reporting deadline, the extension provided in Emergency Regulation § 18720 is applicable to:

  • County supervisors
  • District attorneys
  • County counsels
  • County treasurers
  • County chief administrative officers
  • County planning commissioners
  • Members of city councils
  • Mayors
  • City managers
  • City attorneys
  • City treasurers
  • City chief administrative officers
  • City planning commissioners
  • Public officials who manage public investments
  • Public employees designated by a conflict of interest code

If you need assistance preparing your Statement of Economic Interests or understanding your filing obligations, Tracey Frazier ( and Amber Maltbie (, with Nossaman’s Government Relations and Regulation Group, are here to help.

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