Political Reform Act

 

The Political Reform Act was adopted as a statewide initiative (Proposition 9) by an overwhelming vote of the people in 1974. The Act requires persons holding specified public offices to file disclosures of investments, real property interests, and income within specified periods of assuming or leaving office, and annually while holding the office. Specified local elected officers file their statements of economic interests with the city clerk or county clerk, who makes and retains a copy of each statement and forwards the original to the Fair Political Practices Commission, which is the filing officer.

 

The following elected officers are required to file statements of economic interest in Inyo County:

 

County Central Committee

Democratic Central Committee members

Republican Central Committee members

 

Judicial

Judge of the Superior Court

 

School

County Superintendent of Schools

County Board of Education, Governing Board members

Bishop Unified School District, Governing Board Members

Big Pine Unified School District, Governing Board Members

Death Valley Unified School District, Governing Board Members

Lone Pine Unified School District, Government Board Members

Owens Valley Unified School District, Governing Board Members

Round Valley Joint Elementary School District, Governing Board Members

 

County

County Supervisor, 1st District

County Supervisor, 2nd District

County Supervisor, 3rd District

County Supervisor, 4th District

County Supervisor, 5th District

Assessor

Auditor

Clerk/Recorder

Coroner

District Attorney

Public Administrator/Public Guardian

Sheriff

Treasurer/Tax Collector

 

District

Big Pine Community Services District, Directors

Big Pine Fire Protection District, Directors

Darwin Community Services District, Directors

East Independence Sanitary District, Directors

Eastern Sierra Community Services District, Directors

Indian Creek/Westridge Community Services District, Directors

Independence Community Services District, Directors

Independence Fire Protection District, Directors

Keeler Community Services District, Directors

Lone Pine Community Services District, Directors

Lone Pine Fire Protection District, Directors

Mesa Community Services District, Directors

Olancha Community Services District, Directors

Sierra Highlands Community Services District, Directors

Sierra North Community Services District, Directors

Southern Inyo Fire Protection District, Directors

Starlite Community Services District, Directors

 

Copies of statements of economic interests filed by the elected officers in Inyo County may be obtained by visiting the Inyo County Clerk’s Office located at:

 

Inyo County Clerk

168 N. Edwards Street

Independence, CA 93526

 

For more information please contact the Inyo County Clerk’s Office at (760) 878-0224 or mhartshorn@inyocounty.us or please visit the Fair Political Practices Commission website http://www.fppc.ca.gov/.

Statements of economic interests for some state and local government agency elected officers may be available in an electronic format on the Commission's Internet Web site.