HB 29 passed the legislature during the 2008 General Session and became law effective May 5, 2008. The law requires any financial disclosure reports filed in local government offices to be made available through the local entities website or the State Disclosure website within 7 days. They are also available in the office for copying within 1 day of receipt.
HB 29 also has ramifications for Political Issues Committees (PIC) and Political Action Committees (PAC). These organizations need to file a statement of organization and financial disclosures with the Lieutenant Governor's Office.
Daggett County passed its own Campaign Disclosure Ordinance 16-09 (PDF) on June 14, 2016. The next deadline for submitting the final Financial Campaign Report is November 4, 2022.
Financial Disclosures Received:
|Candidate Name||Position||1st Disclosure||2nd Disclosure||3rd Disclosure|
|Due 6/25/22||Due 11/4/22||Due 12/8/22|
|Jack "John A." Lytle||Commissioner "B"||N/A||10/25/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
|Matt Tippets||Commissioner "A"||N/A||10/31/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
|Keri Pallesen||Auditor||N/A||10/25/22 (PDF)|
|Erik Bailey||Sheriff||N/A||10/31/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
|Amber Kelly||School Board #1||N/A||11/03/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
|Charles Card||School Board #1||N/A||11/04/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
|Chelsy Lail||School Board #2||N/A||11/07/22 (PDF)|
|Sarah Wilson||School Board #3||N/A||11/03/22 (PDF)|| Final (PDF)|
Last Updated: October 31, 2022