Answered By: Kate Britt Last Updated: Apr 20, 2018 Views: 11
- United States Senate Financial Disclosures website provides a select body of Senators’ financial disclosure records.
- Reports for Senators, former Senators and Senate candidates filed from 2012 to present.
Senator reports are available for six years from the date a Senator ceases to be a Member of Congress.
Candidate reports are available for one year after the individual is no longer a candidate.
All financial disclosure reports are available through the Office of the Secretary of the Senate kiosk:
Office of Public Records
232 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510-7116
phone (202) 224-0322
- Also check the Senate Public Disclosure page for Lobbying Disclosure Act Databases. Patrons will have to send a written request to review the records, and will have to pay for photocopying charges.
- Senators’ financial disclosure records are also available from the Secretary of State of each Senator’s home state.
House of Representatives
- Financial Disclosure Reports for the last eight years are available on the house.gov site.
- Public disclosure documents filed with the Clerk are available from:
Legislative Resource Center
135 Cannon House Office Building
Washington DC, 20515-6612
Phone: (202) 226-5200
Office Hours: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
The request must include the Representative’s name and the year(s) of records sought, the purpose of the request, and the requester’s name and daytime telephone number (so the office can tell the requester the copying charge – copies are 10 cents per page.)
- Representatives’ financial disclosure records are also available from the Secretary of State of each Representative’s home state.
- For more info, see the House Committee on Ethics webpage.
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