View the list of individuals who have started their campaigns for the 2016 Election.
Visit this site to view campaign finance reports from candidates and pre-candidates for state office, legislative office, or an office encompassing more than one county.
Visit this site to view campaign finance reports from political action committees (PACs) and executive committees.
Candidates and pre-candidates who file with the Secretary of State's Office may go here to login to the online Campaign Finance Reporting System. This page also has a link to reset your password, applications for access to the system, and an information page with instructions.
Visit this page to download and print campaign finances forms. Candidates for county-wide offices and municipal offices are required to file their campaign finance forms by paper. While State Senate, House of Delegate, and Political Action Committees are encouraged to use the online system to file their campaign finance reports, they also still have the option to file by paper.
Go here to learn about the voluntary public campaign financing program for candidates running for Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
This page includes campaign finance laws, answers to campaign finance Frequently Asked Questions, a chart for allowable political contributions, and information on independent expenditure reporting requirements.
Visit the Federal Election Commission's website to view campaign finance reports from candidates for federal offices.
View candidate, political committee, and independent expenditure campaign finance reports from as far back as 2004 in our old campaign finance system.
View a chart of the 2016 campaign finance reporting schedule for candidates, pre-candidates, and political committees.
Download our Campaign Finance Guide to learn the laws and procedures for running a campaign.
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