Local Campaign Ordinances

A local jurisdiction may enact a campaign ordinance that provides for additional or different campaign requirements for committees active exclusively in its jurisdiction as long as the provisions are stricter than those in the Act.

While the FPPC may neither interpret nor comment on the viability, enforceability, or constitutionality of a local ordinance, we are not constrained from identifying those provisions that may conflict with or impede a person's compliance with the Act.

Cities and counties that have adopted a campaign finance ordinance must submit a copy to the FPPC here. The FPPC has received information from the agencies listed below, and the posted ordinances are the latest versions provided to the FPPC. For questions interpreting any of these provisions, or to check on any amendments to the ordinances, please contact the local jurisdiction directly.