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Candidate Forms

The following list of forms pertain to candidates and interested candidates. Click the name of the form to access it from the Division of Elections Web site.

DS-DE 9: Appointment of Campaign Treasurer and Designation of Campaign Depository

 

DS-DE 84: Statement of Candidate

 

DS-DE 83: Statement of Candidate for Judicial Office

 

DS-DE 104: Candidate Petition

 

DS-DE 301A: Candidate Oath for Partisan Office - With Party Affiliation

 

DS-DE 301B: Candidate Oath for Partisan Office - No Party Affiliation

 

DS-DE 301C: Candidate Oath for Partisan Office - Write-In Candidate

 

DS-DE 302NP: Candidate Oath for Nonpartisan Offices

 

DS-DE 304SB: Candidate Oath for School Board Members

 

DS-DE 303JU: Judicial Office Candidate Oath

 

DS-DE 2: Contributions Returned

 

DS-DE 86: Request for Return of Contributions

Florida Commission on Ethics Information and Forms

 

For a complete list of forms available on the Florida Commission on Ethics Web site, please click here.

Filing Information

Statement of Financial Interest (Form 1)

 

Who Files?

When Filed? Where Filed?

Local officers as defined in Section 112.3145 (1)(a), Florida Statute

Within 30 days of appointment or employment and then annually by July 1 of each year

Supervisor of Elections in county where local officer resides

Specified State Employees as defined in Section 112.3145 (1)(b), Florida Statute

Within 30 days of appointment or employment and then annually by July 1 of each year

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State Officer (other than those required to file CE Form 6) as defined in Section 112.3145 (1)(c), Florida Statute

Within 30 days of appointment or employment and then annually by July 1 of each year

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Candidates for local elective office (other than those required to file CE Form 6)

At the same time qualifying papers are filed

With officer before whom they qualify

   

 

Full and Public Disclosure of Financial Interests (Form 6)

    The electronic filing system will not accept any electronic Form 6 disclosures for the remainder of 2022. Pursuant to HB 5003, which was signed by the Governor on June 2, 2022, paper forms must be used for the remainder of the year.

  • Form 6 filers who already submitted their 2021 Form 6 electronically, prior to the bill becoming law, will be considered to have fulfilled their 2021 financial disclosure requirement.
  • Any Form 6 filers who have not already filed electronically must file the 2021 Form 6 on paper by July 1, 2022.
  • The paper version of the 2021 Form 6 with instructions is linked below. 2021 Form 6 annual filers should check their email for additional information.
  • Paper versions of the Form 6 and Form 6X for 2021 and the Form 6F for 2022, including instructions, are also available on the Commission's Forms forms page and E-filing page.
  • Pursuant to statute, electronic filing of the Form 6 will resume on January 1, 2023

Who Files?

When Filed? Where Filed?
All elected constitutional officers and candidates for such offices.

Incumbent officials must file annually by July 1.

 Candidates must file at the time of qualifying

If up for reelection in 2022, this document is filed with the Supervisor of Elections in county where local officer resides as part of their qualifying documents. 

All other officers required to file will mail their form to the commission on ethics.