What's New

In an effort to keep you informed regarding new and updated laws, manuals, forms, and other FPPC publications and services, this page will be updated each time changes occur. In most cases, links to updated material will remain for six months after the date of publication.

Campaign Manuals

New Fact Sheets

Biennial Notices for Multi-County Agencies

Advertising Disclosure Charts

State and Local Post-Employment Factsheets

Recent Changes to the Law

Newly Adopted Cryptocurrency Regulation 18421.2

  • On July 21, 2022, the Commission adopted Regulation 18421.2effective September 21, 2022, allowing committees to solicit cryptocurrency, or virtual currency, in any amount not exceeding any applicable contribution limits. While committees cannot receive cryptocurrency contributions directly, committees may receive these types of contributions through a payment processor selected to act as a vendor on behalf of the committee. 
  • Cryptocurrency or virtual currency contributions must be made through a U.S. based cryptocurrency payment processor registered with the U.S. Department of Treasury, Financial Crimes Enforcement network utilizing the know your customer (KYC) protocols. 
  • For information on cryptocurrency contributions and how to report them, please check out our new Crypotcurrency Fact Sheet! For more information on this topic, please review the FPPC memorandum on the new regulation.