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Statements of Economic Interest

Statements of Economic Interest are disclosure forms for public officials, candidates for public office and certain other public employees. Filers must list specific information about their business dealings, outside income and other information. Those required to file must file with the County Clerk annually, no later than May 1.

On August 4, 1993 Public Act 88-187 was signed into law, as an amendment of the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act which significantly revises the requirement for filing Statements of Economic Interest.

The following persons must continue to file Statements of Economic Interests:

  1. Individuals who are elected to office in a unit of local government and candidates for nomination or election to office.
  2. Individuals appointed to a governing board, zoning board or a board of commission of a unit of local government.