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2002 Seattle Election Information
Monorail data only through September 9, 2002

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  Political Committees that make (or expect to make) Independent Expenditures or contributions in City Elections of $5,000 or more are required to electronically file their reports with the City. Also, Political Committees that file electronically with the State Public Disclosure Commission are required to also file electronically with the City. The disclosure reports of such committees are available in their entirety by clicking appropriately on the left side of this page.

Political Committees that make Independent Expenditures or contributions in City Elections of less than $5,000 (and do not expect to reach the $5,000 threshold during an election cycle) are NOT required to electronically file their reports with the City. As a result, only limited information reported by such committees is available by clicking on the left side of this page, in most cases only the independent expenditures made by such committees. Paper reports filed by such committees, including reports of contributors to these committees, are available at the offices of the City Clerk (Room 104) and the Seattle Ethics & Elections Commission (Room 226), Municipal Building, 600 4th Avenue, between Cherry and James.

 
 
 
 
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