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Financial Interest Statement Forms

Candidate Financial Interest Statement

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State and Federal Office candidates (United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, Governor, State Legislator, circuit court judge and Supreme Court Justice SDCL 12-25-28);

Convention Nominee candidates (Lieutenant Governor, state treasurer, attorney general, secretary of state, state auditor, public utilities commissioner, commissioner of school and public lands SDCL 12-25-29), and

Local Office candidates (county commissioner, school board member in a school district with a total enrollment of more than 2,000 students, or commissioner, council member, or mayor in any 1st class municipality SDCL 12-25-30)

  • Deadline to file: Within 15 days after filing nominating petitions (Supreme Court Justice files within 15 days of notifying Secretary of State of his intention to place his name on the retention ballot) or certification of convention nomination.
  • File with: The Secretary of State except local candidates file with the office where they file their nominating petition

Elected Official Financial Interest Statement

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State Office elected officials (governor, lieutenant governor, state treasurer, attorney general, secretary of state, state auditor, public utilities commissioner, commissioner of school and public lands, state legislator, circuit court judge and supreme court justice SDCL 3-1A-2);

Gubernatorial Appointee for whom senate confirmation is required shall file with the secretary of state a statement of financial interest before confirmation SDCL 3-1A-3.

Local Office officials (county commissioner, school board member in a school district with a total enrollment of more than 2,000 students, or commissioner, council member, or mayor in any 1st class municipality SDCL 3-1A-4).

  • Deadline to file: Not more than 15 days after the person assumes office AND then not later than the first day of January
  • File with: The Secretary of State except local candidates file with the office where they file their oath of office.