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Persons required to file Campaign Disclosure Reports with the Orange County Board of Elections are candidates for:
Candidates with intentions of spending and/or receiving $1000 or less, or with intentions of not spending any money other than the filing fee to run for office, will file a Certification of Threshold in lieu of Campaign Disclosure Reports.
All other candidates running for offices not listed above, and all state PACS and Referenda committees must file Campaign Disclosure Reports with the State Board of Elections rather than the Orange County Board of Elections.
The forms are varied, depending on what type of committee and the amount of committee expenditures and receipts. Most committees file a Statement of Organization, a Certification of Treasurer, a Certification of Financial Account Information, and periodic financial Disclosure Reports.
Forms are available by visiting the Campaign Reporting Forms; or you may pick up forms at the Orange County Board of Elections office located at:
208 S Cameron StreetHillsborough, NC 27278
All campaign reports must be delivered by either of the following options:
All candidates required to file campaign reports with this office will be notified by mail 2 weeks (municipal candidates) to a month (all others) prior to the due date of the next report due.