The California State Legislature is authorized to amend the Political Reform Act to further the Act's purposes with a 2/3 vote of each house. This page includes information on legislation relating to the Act.
For any questions or comments relating to Political Reform Act legislation, please contact Lindsey Nakano at LNakano@fppc.ca.gov.
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AB 37 (Bonta) - Use of campaign funds: security expenses
AB 83 (Lee) - Contributions and expenditures by foreign-influenced business entities
AB 270 (Lee) – Spot bill
AB 334 (Rubio) – Section 1090 and independent contractors
AB 868 (Wilson) - Digital Transparency and Accountability Act
AB 1170 (Valencia) - Spot bill
SB 29 (Glazer) - FPPC Political Reform Education Program
SB 248 (Newman) – Disclosure of candidate’s education, work, and military service history
SB 251 (Newman) – Incompatible offices: elected officers employed by another elected officer
SB 328 (Dodd) – Contribution limit expansion to candidates for all local elective offices
SB 379 (Umberg) – Spot bill
SB 409 (Newman) – Candidate ballot pamphlet statements
SB 678 (Umberg) - Disclaimers on paid third-party social media posts
SB 681 (Allen) – Requirements for amending the Political Reform Act
SB 724 (Glazer) – Disclosure of paid communications that identify an elected state officer
AB 775 (Berman) – Recurring contributions. [CHAPTERED]
AB 975 (Luz Rivas) – Statements of economic interests and reimbursement for gifts.
AB 1693 (Seyarto) – Contribution limits: recall elections: elected state officers.
AB 1783 (Levine) – Lobbying: expanding definition of "administrative action." [CHAPTERED]
AB 1798 (Bryan) – Campaign disclosure: advertisements.
AB 1819 (Lee) – Contribution prohibition: foreign-influenced business entities.
AB 2172 (Cervantes) – Email filing with SOS. [CHAPTERED]
AB 2158 (Mike Fong) – Ethics training for local educational agencies. [CHAPTERED]
AB 2528 (Bigelow) – Cal-Access: local filings. [CHAPTERED]
AB 2544 (Mayes) – Spot bill.
SB 459 (Allen) – Lobbying reports and issue lobbying advertisements. [CHAPTERED]
SB 746 (Skinner) – Business entity online political activity. [CHAPTERED]
SB 794 (Glazer) – Excess contributions. [CHAPTERED]
SB 921 (Newman) – State Digital Advertisement Archive.
SB 1352 (Allen) – Reporting contributions.
SB 1360 (Umberg and Allen) – Advertisement disclosures. [CHAPTERED]
SB 1362 (Melendez) – Citizens Redistricting Commission: reporting payments to influence.
SB 1439 (Glazer) – Contributions to local government agency officers: disqualification. [CHAPTERED]
SB 1483 (Glazer) – FPPC Political Reform Education Program.
AB 20 (Lee and Kalra) - Conrtibution prohibitions: business entities.
AB 40 (Lorena Gonzalez) - Slate mailer disclosures.
AB 227 (Davies) - Contribution prohibitions: Governor's appointees.
AB 236 (Berman) – Campaign disclosure: limited liability companies.
AB 319 (Valladares) – Contribution limits. [CHAPTERED]
AB 378 (Bauer-Kahan) – Gendered term removal. [CHAPTERED]
AB 871 (Kiley) – Contribution prohibitions: investor-owned utilities.
AB 1367 (Low) – Campaign funds. [CHAPTERED]
AB 1379 (Eduardo Garcia) - Online platform disclosures.
AB 1590 (Committee on Elections) - PRA bill. [CHAPTERED]
SB 78 (Nielsen) – Paid campaign or political consultants.
SB 305 (Jones) – Effective date of electronic filing requirements
SB 686 (Glazer) – Campaign disclosure: limited liability companies. [CHAPTERED]
SB 752 (Allen) – Campaign advertisements.