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Assemblyman Evan Low, Democrat of Campbell. Photo by Anne Wernikoff for CalMatters

State Opens Investigation Following CalMatters’ Report On Tech Foundation; Democratic Assemblyman Stopped Disclosing Donors.

By Laurel Rosenhall, CalMatters California’s political watchdog is investigating fundraising practices by Democratic Assemblyman Evan Low after...
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FPPC Unveils New Way For Public To View Cases And Complaints

February 20, 2020The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), California’s governmental ethics and campaign disclosure agency, is expanding transparency by providing the public...
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City of Bell Promised “Sunshine” But Offers Up Clouded Council and Candidate Financial Disclosures

The City of Bell has taken strides to become more transparent after its tumultuous corruption scandal of 2010 which led to the...
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FPPC 2019 Annual Report Shows A Record Number Of Enforcement Cases

Jan. 16, 2020 CONTACT: Jay Wierenga, FPPC (916) 322-7761 FPPC 2019 Annual Report shows record number of Enforcement cases The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), California’s governmental ethics and campaign disclosure agency, released its 2019 Annual Report which shows a record 343 Enforcement cases with penalties approved by the Commission, and total penalties reaching almost [...]
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FPPC resumes AdWATCH, Invites You To Keep An Eye On Campaign Ads

January 6, 2020 - Following up on a successful run in 2018, the FPPC is reintroducing FPPC AdWATCH to provide the public a way to participate in making sure there is proper disclosure on political signs and other advertising. FPPC launched FPPC AdWATCH for the 2018 election cycle and is now resuming an updated FPPC [...]
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FPPC Fines Former Contra Costa Official $150,000 For Misuse Of Campaign Funds

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), California’s governmental ethics and campaign disclosure agency, today approved one of its largest penalties of the year against a former public official who used campaign funds for himself. The $150,000 penalty was levied against former Contra Costa County Clerk/Recorder Joe Canciamilla for personal use of campaign funds, one of [...]

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