What is Changing Effective January 1st
Important transition note: A contribution is “made” when the candidate receives the actual payment. Example, if a Mayoral candidate receives a check for $2,000 on January 2nd, but the check is dated 12/30/2019, the new $1,000 limit applies and the candidate must return the excess $1,000 to the contributor within 72 hours of receipt.
|Office Sought||Old Contribution Limit||New Contribution Limit||Participating in Fair Elections Fund Limit|
|CIty Council At-Large||$,2000||$700
|Clerk and Recorder||$2,000
|City Council District||$1,000||$400||$200|
Welcome to Denver's online campaign finance reporting system. Candidates and organizations seeking to participate in an election in the City and County of Denver must be registered with the Clerk and Recorder's Office and must file campaign finance forms and reports by required deadlines. Campaign finance forms and reports must be filed online through the Denver Campaign Finance Online Reporting System. Campaign finance reporting in Denver is governed by Article 3, Section 15 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code.
Click the blue Campaign Finance Reports button below to view PDFs of campaign finance filings. You can also click here to download campaign finance filings from 2012 to present in a searchable, sortable Excel spreadsheet format. Anyone wishing to file a complaint alleging a violation of Denver campaign finance laws may file a written complaint with the Denver Elections Division.
To report independent expenditure and electioneering communications please complete and submit the following documents:
2019 A Better Denver for All of Us
2019 CIRC Action Fund
2019 Colorado's Best People
2019 Colorado People's Action
2019 Committee for a Great Denver
2019 Food & Water Action Fund
2019 Friends for Denver's Future
2019 Friends of Mike Somma
2019 Gibson, Mark
2019 Red White Blue Denver
2019 Rise Up Denver
2019 Sierra Club
Expand any of the tabs below to find more information on specific aspects of campaign finance. Click the first button below to download Campaign Finance Report data from 2012 through the current General Municipal Election cycle in Excel format, or click the second button to see PDFs of prior year reports from 2000 to the present:
Campaign finance reporting for school board candidates and for special district candidates transferred to the Colorado Secretary of State's office effective January 1, 2010.
School board and special district members and candidates must report campaign finance activity through the Secretary of State's online reporting system.
Campaign Finance Resources for School Board Candidates