California Government Code CHAPTER 4.6 - Online Disclosure Act of 1997

  • Section 84600.
      This chapter may be known and may be cited as the Online Disclosure Act.(Amended by Stats. 2001, Ch. 917, Sec. 1. Effective October 14, 2001.)
  • Section 84601.
      The Legislature finds and declares as follows:(a) The people of California enacted one of the nation’s most comprehensive campaign and lobbying financial disclosure laws when they...
  • Section 84602.
      (a) To implement the Legislature’s intent, the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Commission, notwithstanding any other provision of this code, shall do all of...
  • Section 84602.1.
      (a) The Secretary of State shall, on or before June 30, 2007, fully implement this chapter as specified in Section 84602, including completing online lobbying registration...
  • Section 84602.3.
      The Secretary of State shall conspicuously post on his or her Internet Web site hyperlinks to the Internet Web site of any local government agency...
  • Section 84602.5.
      The Secretary of State shall disclose online pursuant to this chapter an index of the identification numbers, as assigned pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section...
  • Section 84603.
      The Secretary of State, once all state-mandated development, procurement, and oversight requirements have been met, shall make public their availability to accept reports online or...
  • Section 84605.
      (a) The following persons shall file online or electronically with the Secretary of State:(1) Any candidate, including superior court, appellate court, and Supreme Court candidates and officeholders,...
  • Section 84606.
      The Secretary of State shall determine and publicly disclose when the online and electronic disclosure systems are operating effectively. In making this determination, the Secretary...
  • Section 84607.
      Pursuant to Section 8314, no employee or official of a state or local government agency shall utilize, for political or campaign purposes, public facilities or...
  • Section 84612.
      If the Secretary of State rejects a filing made under this chapter, the Secretary of State shall immediately notify the filer, by electronic mail, of...
  • Section 84613.
      (a) The Political Disclosure, Accountability, Transparency, and Access Fund is hereby established in the State Treasury. Moneys collected pursuant to Section 84101.5 and one-half of the...
  • Section 84615.
      A local government agency may require an elected officer, candidate, committee, or other person required to file statements, reports, or other documents required by Chapter...

Last modified: October 5, 2018