Ethics: Lobbyist Main Page

 

Lobbyist Filing System

 

 

New User Registration 

Use this link only if you are entering system for first time.

 

Log-In to Lobbyist Filing System         

Use this link to create your 2019-2020 registration and to file disclosure reports.

 

Search Lobbyist Database and Reports

 

 

Lobbyist Filing Calendars and Information

 

 


 

Print and Post At-A Glance Lobbyist Forms and Filing Deadlines

 

 

Guides to the Codes of Ethics for Lobbyists

 


Client Lobbyist Guide to the Code of Ethics

(Rev.1/2019)  

 

Communicator Guide to the Code of Ethics

(Rev.7/2016)  

 

Lobbyist Record Keeping Manual


What type of lobbyist am I?

 

A Client Lobbyist is the party paying for lobbying services on its behalf.  In other words, the client lobbyist is expending or agreeing to expend the threshold amount of $3,000 in a calendar year.

 

A Communicator Lobbyist receives payment and does the actual lobbying legwork (i.e., communicating).  A Communicator Lobbyist receives or agrees to receive $3,000 for lobbying activities in a calendar year.  Communicator Lobbyists can take different forms:

 

-Individual

 

-Member of a Business Organization (e.g., a firm or association that employs a number of communicator lobbyists)

 

-In-house Communicator (a lobbyist who is a salaried employee of a Client Lobbyist)

 

 

Quick Links

 

 

2019 Lobbyist Information and Filing Calendar

Frequently Asked Questions

Necessary Expenses and Gifts to the State

Education and Training

 

 

Lobbyist Audit

 

 

Ten Lobbyists Selected 2019



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